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Fun and Festive Winter Crafts: Snow Globes, Groundhog Puppets, and Fairy Masks (Fun and Festive Crafts for the Seasons)

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To learn more about Randel McGee and his publications please visit .

Randel McGee is the artistic director of McGee Productions. He has thirty years of extensive work with children and the arts. He was an artist–in-residence with the California Arts Council and Idaho Commission of the Arts. He served as a consultant with the California State Library System. He taught for CSU- Fresno and the University of Phoenix- Fresno, CA Extension. He assisted his wife Marsha in coaching award winning teams for Odyssey of the Mind (see below). He is an internationally recognized storyteller and children’s performing artist. His new series of paper craft books for children “Paper Craft Fun for Holidays” is now sold around the world.

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  • American Storyteller Randel McGee

    Randel McGee is a versatile writer and entertainer with over 30 years of professional experience. His new six book series “Paper Craft Fun for Holidays,” published by Enslow Publishers of Berkeley Heights, NJ, is now on the market with another 6 titles currently in production. He has written articles and done illustrations for such magazines as Puppetry Journal for the Puppeteers of America, Storytelling Magazine for the National Storytelling Network, Bien, a Danish-American newsletter, and First Cut for the Guild of American Papercutters.

    Randel McGee is a versatile writer and entertainer with over 30 years of professional experience. His new six book series “Paper Craft Fun for Holidays,” published by Enslow Publishers of Berkeley Heights, NJ, is now on the market with another 6 titles currently in production. He has written articles and done illustrations for such magazines as Puppetry Journal for the Puppeteers of America, Storytelling Magazine for the National Storytelling Network, Bien, a Danish-American newsletter, and First Cut for the Guild of American Papercutters.