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by Michael Makman

Download Metrocard Mania with Professor Putter eBook
ISBN:
0843143916
Author:
Michael Makman
Category:
Action & Adventure
Language:
English
Publisher:
Price Stern Sloan; First Edition edition (December 27, 1999)
Pages:
88 pages
EPUB book:
1751 kb
FB2 book:
1537 kb
DJVU:
1785 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
573


Instead, this book is a bunch of dumb projects involving cutting your metrocard into different shapes to look like animals and other ridiculously inane obejects and projects. I'm not surprised this book is out of print.

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Suggests projects for transit passes
  • Chilele
This book is awful. I thought it would be origami projects using metrocards like the awesome creations by the Subway teller at the 125th street stop in nyc. Instead, this book is a bunch of dumb projects involving cutting your metrocard into different shapes to look like animals and other ridiculously inane obejects and projects. I'm not surprised this book is out of print.
  • Welen
Even though it's supposed to be a children's book, it's still fun for adults! I never knew that you could use Metrocards to make all these cool things. I already made the MetroFurniture, boomerang and others, and they are pretty cool. It beats putting my old cards into those boxes next to the checkers!
  • Gholbirdred
This is a cute book to see all the things you could make, but the projects need an exacto knife and adult to supervise. Definitely worth my time and a few bucks to have fun with my kids! My favorite Metro Card use is a bookmark!
  • grand star
This book is superb. All the activities work. A lot of them make fun toys too. I would recommend this book to anyone