Provides instructions for constructing a variety of play spaces including pirate ships, castles, Indian tipis, and secret hideouts using inexpensive and free materials.
|Statement||Elin McCoy ; illustrations by Lynn Sweat.|
|Contributions||Sweat, Lynn, ill.|
|LC Classifications||TH4967 .M38 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||85023089|
Get this from a library! Secret spaces, imaginary places: creating your own worlds for play. [Elin McCoy; Lynn Sweat] -- Provides instructions for constructing a variety of play spaces including pirate ships, castles, Indian tipis, and secret hideouts using inexpensive and free materials. Books are secret doorways to other worlds, so a 'secret door' bookcase would be a must in my dream home. Excellent use of space and imagination. Books are secret doorways to other worlds, so a 'secret door' bookcase would be a must in my dream home. Excellent use of space and imagination pins. This is a unique book - detailing information about imaginary places. It contains a huge number of pages (over 3" thick), but the actual size/cover of the book is smaller than a sheet of paper. This book is very detailed and well written. The entries in the book are written in alphabetical order, like a by: The Dictionary of Imaginary Places: The Newly Updated and Expanded Classic. From Atlantis to Xanadu and beyond, this Baedeker of make-believe takes readers on a tour of more than 1, realms invented by storytellers from Homer's day to our own. Here you will find Shangri-La and El Dorado; Utopia and Middle Earth; Wonderland and Freedonia/5.
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Part Seattle, part Portland, and part NYC, Hillwood is a city's city. Craig Bartlett captures the jazz, the stoop life, the over-the-shoulder breathers, and the secret rooftop oases of uban living. Books shelved as imaginary-places: The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman, Master of the Phantom Isle by Brandon Mull, Trowbridge Road by Marcella Pix Home My Books. Best Imaginary Worlds in Children’s Books Ma All fictional worlds are imaginary, but some are more imaginary than others. Publishers Weekly published this list of the ten best imaginary countries in literature. This prompted us to talk about the best imaginary worlds in children’s books. The Secret Place is set on the grounds of an Irish boarding school, an educational institution where children live on campus while they attend classes. Boarding schools have a rich history in Ireland and neighboring UK (The Republic of Ireland was part of the UK through the 19th century and up to ).