The Kids Guide to Fortune Telling

The Kids Guide to Fortune Telling

Book - 1998
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Univ of Toronto Pr
A fun-filled activity book that's perfect for sleepover parties.
Kids can predict the future with 35 modern and traditional fortune-telling techniques. They'll love entertaining their family and friends by reading tea leaves or palms. They'll find out how numbers, soap suds, apple peels and dreams can reveal clues about what lies ahead. Activities such as making a wheel of fortune and baking fortune cookies are fun and easy to do. Only time will tell if their predictions will come true, but in the meantime, kids will have lots of fun discovering the secrets of fortune telling!

Baker & Taylor
A collection of entertaining activities for predicting the future includes making a wheel of fortune and baking fortune cookies as well as telling fortunes through birthdays, names, palm reading, and dominoes. Original.

& Taylor

Introduces some traditional methods of foretelling the future, and provides instructions for trying out lucky numbers, tea-leaf reading, palmistry, and other forms of divination

Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c1998
ISBN: 9781550744798
Characteristics: 40 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Cupples, Pat
Alternative Title: Fortune telling


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