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Fold Me Up: 100 Paper Fortune-Tellers for Life's Pressing Questions
     

Fold Me Up: 100 Paper Fortune-Tellers for Life's Pressing Questions

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by Michelle Taute
 

Cut them out. Fold them up. Have fun. A grown-up twist on a childhood classic—exquisitely designed paper fortune-tellers.

Cootie catchers aren't just for kids anymore! These 100 paper fortune tellers provide a fresh take on a childhood favorite with answers/strategies for handling tough adult situations and answering important life dilemmas

Overview

Cut them out. Fold them up. Have fun. A grown-up twist on a childhood classic—exquisitely designed paper fortune-tellers.

Cootie catchers aren't just for kids anymore! These 100 paper fortune tellers provide a fresh take on a childhood favorite with answers/strategies for handling tough adult situations and answering important life dilemmas like:

Should you have another cocktail?
What Jane Austen heroine are you?
Your '80s movie alter ego I'm breaking up with you (with this cootie catcher)
What would Mr. T do?
The hipster wedding decoration
Important messages from cute puppies
Emergency excuse generator

Each fortune teller features a unique and colorful design created specifically for this collection, including contributions from such design luminaries as Noah Scalin (creator of the Skull-a-Day project), Stefan Bucher (creator of dailymonster.com), textile designer Jessica Jones, and more. (There are even a few blank ones so readers can get out what's on their minds.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780399163302
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/05/2013
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
7.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.66(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

The Korean War is often referred to as the forgotten war. In his book, professor James N. Butcher relives his experiences as an infantryman with Fox Company of the 17th Infantry Regiment, during the final year of the Korean War (1952-1953). In a graphic portrayal of living conditions on the front, Butcher describes combat actions that occurred in two major battles of this periodthe Battle for Jane Russell Hill (a part of Triangle Ridge) and the first Battle of Pork Chop Hilland makes a strong case for why we as Americans need to remember what happened there and why.

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