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10-Minute Duct Tape Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Sarah L. Schuette

Need some fast and easy duct tape projects for your makerspace? You're in luck! From spinners and beads to wallets and bookmarks, these engaging 10-minute projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Engineering Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Sarah L. Schuette

Searching for easy engineering projects for your makerspace? You've come to the right place! From winches and gears to bridges and marble runs, these 10-minute STEM projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Game and Gadget Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Tammy Enz

Need entertaining game and gadget projects for your makerspace? You've come to the right place! From spy gadgets and marshmallow cannons to marker spinners and wind ski races, these amazing 10-minute projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Origami Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Christopher Harbo

Searching for simple paper folding projects for your makerspace? You've found them! From happy hounds and clever cats to floating ships and shining stars, these amazing 10-minute origami projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Paper Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Sarah L. Schuette

Need some quick and easy paper makerspace projects? They're all here! From flip books and dream catchers to lanterns and locker magnets, these 10-minute paper projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Science Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Sarah L. Schuette

Looking for science-themed makerspace projects that won't take too long? Look no more! From bots and goo to lava and cells, these 10-minute STEM projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Upcycled Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Tammy Enz

Looking for clever ideas to reuse and recycle the materials in your makerspace? You're in luck! From earbud bracelets and bottle cap fireflies to tin man wind chimes and cell phone slings, these amazing 10-minute upcycled projects will have kids making in no time!

10-Minute Yarn Projects (10-Minute Makers)

by Sarah L. Schuette

Got extra yarn in your makerspace? Put that yarn to use with some quick and easy makerspace projects. From dolls and animals to plant holders and dragon eggs, these 10-minute yarn projects will have kids making in no time!

10 Steps to Creating Memorable Characters: Forms, Checklists & Exercises

by Sue Viders Lucynda Storey Cher Gorman Becky Martinez

Have you ever received a rejection letter stating your characters were one-dimensional? Did the editor simply jot a note at the top of your manuscript declaring your characters to be light, slight, and trite? Are you ready to breathe life into your characters and make them so authentic they leap from the page? If so, 10 Steps to Creating Memorable Characters is the book you need. Follow the 10-step process and you will learn to create multi-layered, realistic characters through the use of worksheets, instructive narrative, exercises, and examples. By the end of this informative, helpful book you will be ready to put your newly created and unforgettable characters into a novel.

10 Things to do with Embroidery Hoops

by Kirsty Neale

From the introduction:Framing a piece of embroidery or an appliqued picture used to be a tricky and often prohibitively expensive business. The concept of framing an unumbellished piece of fabirc just because you liked the pattern was pretty much out of the question. I'm not sure when I first noticed people sharing pictures of embroidery displayed in the same hoop used to stitch it, but right from the start it seemed like the smartest of solutions.

100 American Flags: A Unique Collection of Old Glory Memorabilia

by Kit Hinrichs Delphine Hirasuna Terry Heffernan

The American flag has been raised high in wartime triumph and peacetime celebration; sewn lovingly onto quilts, caps, pillows, and bags; appropriated by popular culture; and faithfully honored every Fourth of July. This vibrant collection of 100 Stars and Stripes artifacts ranges from Civil War-era banners and Native American braided moccasins to an early 20th-century "friendship" kimono and original flag art by several of the world's leading designers. Destined to captivate folk-art aficionados, history buffs, and collectors, 100 AMERICAN FLAGS provides a stunning visual history of America's most treasured symbol. A timely, patriotic full-color book presenting 100 American flag artifacts from one of the world's most eminent collectors, designer Kit Hinrichs. Selected images from LONG MAY SHE WAVE in an affordable, collectible edition. Election year and wartime keepsake, displaying nonpartisan national pride. From the Hardcover edition.

100 Awesome Hair Days: Perfect Buns, Braids, Pony Tails & Twists, Whatever Your Hair Type

by Jenny Strebe

Struggling to tame thick and unruly curls? Tired of having limp, lifeless tresses? Hair can be a temperamental thing, but with 100 Awesome Hair Days as your guide you can learn styles that work with your hair, not against it. Whether your hair is fine, flat or frizzy, you will find styles suited to your particular type in chapters dedicated to different types of hair days: Stay-at-Home, Busy, Sporty, Dress-up and Special. A follow-on from the international best-seller Braids, Buns & Twists, this book will ensure you never have a bad hair day again!

100 Beautiful Bracelets: Create Elegant Jewelry Using Beads, String, Charms, Leather, and more (Dover Jewelry and Metalwork)

by Dover Publications, Inc.

Handmade bracelets don't have to look homemade — and here's the proof! These designs for 100 different bracelets offer a style for every taste and skill level. Anyone can create eye-catching jewelry by following these full-color, step-by-step instructions and patterns. Knotted, woven, and threaded, the beautiful bracelets incorporate string, beads, pearls, charms, leather, and other elements that can be blended to form unique and personal statements. They make great gifts, too!Each of the bracelets is rated according to complexity, from lots of quick and easy projects to ones that take more practice and others that require advanced skills. If you're new to jewelry-making, you can start out with the simpler patterns and work your way up to the more sophisticated models. A section with basic instructions and diagrams will get you started, and helpful lists outline the tools and accessories you'll need to create chic bracelets for you and your friends.

The 100 Best Celebrity Photos: And The Surprising Stories Behind Them

by The Editors of PEOPLE

Since its first issue debuted with a Great Gatsby portrait of Mia Farrow, People magazine has delivered not only outstanding celebrity journalism, but also the best in personality photography. Now, the Editors of People present The 100 Best Celebrity Photos.From a Marilyn Monroe pin-up to an internet-breaking Kim Kardashian Instagram, from Harry Benson's exuberant snaps of The Beatles' first visit to America to Bradley Cooper's star-packed Oscar selfie, these are the images that influenced how we understand fame and glamor.Included with each picture is the story behind it: A-list photographers tell how they created the images that turned stars into icons, or made legends seem as relatable as family. Here also are People exclusives from the magazine's history of unparalleled access into celebrity homes and off-duty lives that show us the real side of the stars who most captivate and intrigue us.

100 Christmas Wishes: Vintage Holiday Cards from The New York Public Library

by New York Public Library

A treasure trove of vintage Christmas cards, 100 Christmas Wishes is the perfect holiday treat from the New York Public Library.Every year as the days grow shorter, amidst the holly, cookies, and carols there is another timeless holiday tradition—sending and receiving Christmas cards to and from those you love. 100 Christmas Wishes is a collection of vintage holiday cards, all from the archives of the New York Public Library. The Library houses one of the greatest collections of early Christmas postcards from around the world with thousands of cards depicting every imaginable holiday scene. Archivists selected one hundred of the best cards from the extensive collection to share in 100 Christmas Wishes. From the elegant, gilded Santa Clauses and statuesque angels, to yuletide still lifes, tumbling tots and puppies with bows round their necks, each card is a beautiful celebration of the holiday season. The book also includes six perforated postcards with reproductions of the designs so you too can share a vintage Christmas wish with friends and family on your list.As Rosanne Cash, a patron and friend of the Library as well as a devoted fan of Christmas cards, says in her introduction “This collection of early Christmas postcards, housed for a century in the New York Public Library archives, distills those abiding wishes for the holidays from revelers from long ago and faraway, in a wish for peace, joy, magic, bounty, family, and for light to be shone ‘round the world at Christmas, past and future.’”

100 Drawings

by Gustav Klimt

Gustav Glück, director of Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, wrote as early as 1922 of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) that his drawings were perhaps his ultimate artistic achievement. This founder of Secessionsstil and leader of the revolt against the Viennese academies was able to achieve greater freedom in his drawings than in his more laboriously executed paintings. While there are only about two hundred completed oils, the drawings number in the thousands, and are reported to have at times quite littered his studio. He himself considered them finished works, and often exhibited them alongside his paintings.Klimt's subject matter is almost exclusively the female body, naked or half clothed. For this he earned the reputation of erotic artist, and while he did not suffer the outright persecutions of his successors Schiele and Kokoschka, he was nevertheless subjected to the trials that a frankly erotic artist had to undergo in Vienna, where the everyday subject of conversation was the current love affairs of celebrities but where audiences were shocked by the sight of a dancer's naked legs. An issue of Ver Sacrum which reproduced one of his drawings was confiscated by the authorities. The drawings reveal above all that concern of great draughtsmen from Michelangelo through Blake the marriage of subtle grace and expressive dynamism that is the human body. Like that of these two past masters, Klimt's method is essentially linear. He knew, as they did, that line, rather than shading, the creation of volume or the use of color, is the natural medium for expressing the freedom of the living human form. As he matured as an artist there was an increasing awareness of this and a greater and greater spontaneity that approached, finally, "the lightness of a net of gauze."

100 Essential Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know about Math and the Arts

by John D. Barrow

A fascinating exploration of math's connection to the arts. At first glance, the worlds of math and the arts might not seem like comfortable neighbors. But as mathematician John D. Barrow points out, they have a strong and natural affinity--after all, math is the study of all patterns, and the world of the arts is rich with pattern. Barrow whisks us through 100 thought-provoking and often whimsical intersections between math and many arts, from the golden ratios of Mondrian's rectangles and the curious fractal-like nature of Pollock's drip paintings to ballerinas' gravity-defying leaps and the next generation of monkeys on typewriters tackling Shakespeare. For those of us with our feet planted more firmly on the ground, Barrow also wields everyday equations to reveal how many guards are needed in an art gallery or where you should stand to look at sculptures. From music and drama to literature and the visual arts, Barrow's witty and accessible observations are sure to spark the imaginations of math nerds and art aficionados alike.

100 Favorite Illustrations from Collier's Magazine, 1898-1914: by Gibson, Parrish, Remington and Others (Dover Fine Art, History of Art)

by Jeff Menges Peter F. Collier

Peter F. Collier (1849–1909) and Robert J. Collier (1876–1918) were the men behind publishing giant Peter F. Collier & Son, and their organization ranked among America's most prestigious firms. Collier's Weekly, which appeared in various forms from 1888 through 1957, was at the forefront of new publishing technologies, such as the use of halftone images, and was noted for its fiction and investigative journalism. Collier's publications regularly employed the best illustrators of the day, and the company frequently produced collections of favorite works from their popular periodicals.This volume presents the best color and black-and-white images from two rare portfolios, originally printed in 1908 and 1914. Featured artists include Charles Dana Gibson, whose contract with Collier's made his "Gibson Girl" a fixture in American culture, and Maxfield Parrish, who created many illustrations and covers for the magazine. Additional contributors include Howard Pyle, Jessie Willcox Smith, J. C. Leyendecker, Frederic Remington, and other noteworthy American artists of the early twentieth century.

100 Fresh and Fun Handmade Cards: Step-by-Step Instructions for 50 New Designs and 50 Amazing Alternatives

by Kimber Mcgray

This title features step-by-step instructions for 100 adorable card making projects, perfect for whether you're crafting a last-minute birthday card or looking to stretch your papercraft skills with an all-occasion 'anytime' card. With 50 basic cards and another 50 cards with an interactive or dimensional feature, there are plenty of options no matter how experienced you are or no matter how much time you have to spend. Step-by-step photos will help readers work through all the tricky bits to create truly memorable cards with swivels, pop-ups, spinners, shakers, sliders and more for birthdays, holidays, celebrations and no reason at all.

The 100 Greatest Advertisements 1852-1958: Who Wrote Them and What They Did

by Julian Watkins

Styles in advertising will change, but there is no copywriter, artist, or campaign planner who will not profit by studying proved successes, whether of 50 years ago or today. In this single volume are 100 of what are probably among the most successful advertisements ever to appear in print, plus an additiional 13 added especially for this edition. These 113 ads are proven salesmen-almost every one had phenomenal results. They have not been included because of personal whim, or for their beauty. The ultimate criterion here is the only one that really counts: whether an ad did what it was supposed to do. These ads helped change the habits of a nation, built reputations, gave new expressions to the language and-first and foremost-sold millions of dollars of merchandise, from Rolls Royce automobiles to Lux Soap, from Riviera Pears to Steinway Pianos. You learn the salient facts behind these ads as well, often expressed in the words of the originator himself. Men who understood intuitively the workings of mass persuasion techniques long before they became widespread describe their own thoughts, reasonings, and hunches. Earnest Elmo Calkins tells about his experiences in creating Phoebe Snow for the Lackawanna Railroad. Bruce Barton tells about his work on the "Five Foot Shelf" ad, which increased eight-fold the number of coupons received. David Ogilvy describes his campaigns for Hathaway Shirts and Rolls Royce. Raymond Rubicam tells of Squibb's "Priceless Ingredient." More than 100 ads tell better than any textbook or professional analysis exactly what is the secret ingredient that makes an ad "click" when a thousand others fail.

100 Ideas that Changed the Web (100 Ideas Ser.)

by Jim Boulton

This innovative title looks at the history of the Web from its early roots in the research projects of the US government to the interactive online world we know and use today.Fully illustrated with images of early computing equipment and the inside story of the online world’s movers and shakers, the book explains the origins of the Web’s key technologies, such as hypertext and mark-up language, the social ideas that underlie its networks, such as open source, and creative commons, and key moments in its development, such as the movement to broadband and the Dotcom Crash. Later ideas look at the origins of social networking and the latest developments on the Web, such as The Cloud and the Semantic Web.Following the design of the previous titles in the series, this book is in a new, smaller format. It provides an informed and fascinating illustrated history of our most used and fastest-developing technology.

100 Ideas that Changed the Web (100 Ideas)

by Jim Boulton

This innovative title looks at the history of the Web from its early roots in the research projects of the US government to the interactive online world we know and use today.Fully illustrated with images of early computing equipment and the inside story of the online world’s movers and shakers, the book explains the origins of the Web’s key technologies, such as hypertext and mark-up language, the social ideas that underlie its networks, such as open source, and creative commons, and key moments in its development, such as the movement to broadband and the Dotcom Crash. Later ideas look at the origins of social networking and the latest developments on the Web, such as The Cloud and the Semantic Web.Following the design of the previous titles in the series, this book is in a new, smaller format. It provides an informed and fascinating illustrated history of our most used and fastest-developing technology.

100 Illustrated Bible Verses: Inspiring Words. Beautiful Art.

by Workman Publishing

The strong God of Exodus. The ancient poetry of the Psalms, and the eternal teachings of Proverbs. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and the mystical beauty of John. The new heaven and earth of Revelation. Bible verses—an enduring source of guidance, peace, and rejuvenation—are here given a very special treatment in colorful letterpress illustrations that bring each phrase to life in a fresh and meaningful way. The verses are drawn from seven translations (including the New International Version, The New Revised Standard Version, and The King James Bible) and arranged in order, beginning with Genesis 1:1. These selections include 100 of the most distinctly meaningful passages of the Old and New Testament, made even more powerful through the transformative lens of art. Like a contemporary update on medieval illuminated manuscripts, the book combines the timeless words of the Bible with timely artwork—in this case, hand-lettering and illustration in a variety of beautiful styles and remarkable aesthetics from 25 contemporary artists. It’s a new and vibrant way to experience the living word.

100 Japanese Stencil Designs (Dover Pictorial Archive)

by Friedrich Deneken

The natural Japanese affinity for decorative art is apparent in this striking collection of exquisite stencil designs. A centuries-old tradition of capturing nature in striking floral and wildlife motifs is reflected in the graceful shapes and lovely lines of more than 100 illustrations. Lush blossoms, bamboo branches, butterflies, birds on the wing, and rustic country homes, among other subjects long associated with Japanese art, are boldly printed in black and white.Ready for use as patterns for wallpaper, textiles, graphics, and needlework, these delicate royalty-free images are ideal for a host of modern decorative and graphic needs.

100 (monologues)

by Eric Bogosian

This new collection by one of America's premier performers and most innovative and provocative artists includes 100 monologues from his acclaimed plays and solo shows including: Drinking in America; Men Inside; Pounding Nails in the Floor with My Forehead; Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll and more. Also included are additional pieces from Talk Radio and Notes from Underground.

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