“My mom bought your Valentine Boxes book at a Barnes & Noble Bookstore. My fifth grade class had a Valentine box contest and I won first prize! I used your Robotic Maid on page 77. I won a Chinese checkers set. I had a tough time deciding what to make. Thanks!”
- Angela Arcuri, Satisfied Customer, Illinois
“Kids of all ages will find delightful, engaging, easy-to-make Valentine’s Day projects in the new Valentine Boxes… What Do I Do?® activities book, written by award-winning author Wilhelminia Ripple and charmingly illustrated by the line drawings of Heather Anderson. There are 7 themes to choose from in making a Valentine Box: ‘Cute’; ‘Unusual Card Slot’; ‘Creative Use of Candy’; ‘Recycled’; ‘Easy to Make’; ‘Jokes, Puns & Poems’; ‘Bags & Envelopes.’ The assembly directions are easy-to-follow, taking children through the process from beginning to end, step-by-step. Also highly recommended are the other Oakbrook Publishing House What Do I Do?® series titles: Halloween School Parties; Valentine School Parties; Christmas Parties; and Slumber Parties.”
– James A. Cox, Midwest Book Review, Oregon, Wisconsin, January 2000
“I am a children’s librarian at a medium-size public library in Ohio. We have recently purchased several of your books, the Valentine School Parties, the Halloween School Parties, and the Valentine Boxes. The last one caught my eye as it came across my desk, just in time for my daughter’s second-grade party. I brought the Valentine Boxes book home and told my daughter, Sarah, to look through it and see what she would like to build. She decided on The Castle of Sweet Love. Sarah received many nice compliments on her box and said, ‘No one had one quite like mine.’”
– Barbara Scott, Children’s Librarian, Bucyrus Public Library, Bucyrus, Ohio
“Another What Do I Do?® book by award-winning author Wilhelminia Ripple. Find award-winning Valentine Boxes of all shapes and sizes, chosen for their creativity, uniqueness, and WOW appeal—created by kids for your kids. Easy-to-follow directions with illustrations and patterns help your children create the best Valentine Box possible.”
– Boise Family Magazine, Boise, Idaho, February, 2001
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