The Best Hobby Books for Kids
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What’s your favorite hobby? I love scrapbooking, but it’s something I don’t ever have enough time for at this season of life. My kids are each so unique in their interests. The oldest is an aspiring filmmaker, my middle one has amazing engineering skills, and my youngest is a junior chef extraordinaire. Isn’t it fun to see what your kids’s discover in this life?
This week, we are sharing some of our favorite hobby books for kids. These idea starters are kid-friendly and full of inspiration (and make great gifts). Do you have any ideas to add to our list? Let me know in the comments, and be sure to scroll down and enter our awesome giveaway for a one-year subscription to Kid’s Email.
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Our favorite hobby books for kids
- Sewing School: 21 Sewing Projects Kids Will Love to Make
- Star Wars Origami: 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away….
- Susan B. Anderson’s Kids’ Knitting Workshop: The Easiest and Most Effective Way to Learn to Knit!
- My Book of Little House Paper Dolls: The Big Woods Collection
- Easy Carpentry Projects for Children (Dover Children’s Activity Books)
- Cooking Class: 57 Fun Recipes Kids Will Love to Make (and Eat!)
- The Lego Ideas Book: Unlock Your Imagination
- Filmmaking for Teens: Pulling Off Your Shorts
- Minecraft: Essential Handbook (Updated Edition): An Official Mojang Book
- A First Stamp Album for Beginners: Revised Edition (Dover Children’s Activity Books)
- Seashells, Crabs and Sea Stars: Take-Along Guide (Take Along Guides)
- The Nature Connection: An Outdoor Workbook for Kids, Families, and Classrooms
- The Curious Nature Guide: Explore the Natural Wonders All Around You
- Let’s Rock (Craft)
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