For many centuries, Amerindian peoples of the southwestern United States have lived in communal villages, or pueblos, that are typically a complex of flat-roofed buildings made of adobe or stone.
Now you can recreate a pueblo village with this simple, colorful scale mode. All that's needed is a pair of scissors and a bit of glue. Simple instructions enable young model makers to assemble authentic pueblo dwellings and populate the village with two-sided free-standing figures of Native American Indians engaged in day-to-day activities, games and rituals of the past.
What an ideal family project or wonderful classroom project. There are 2 diagrams and 6 full-color plates plus instructions in this 12 -age, 9-1/4 by 12-1/4 inch paperbound book.
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