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Let's Party!: A DIY Illustrated Guide to 10 Fantastic Birthday Parties

Melissa Iwai

Transform any party into a fun-filled, hands-on celebration! Featuring ten birthday themes and more than 70 unique recipes and activities, this DIY guide is the perfect gift for families--and is guaranteed to make a child's next birthday one they'll always remember.

Make birthday memories that will last a lifetime!

There's nothing quite as special as creating your very own birthday party. In this spectacular DIY birthday planner for children aged three to ten, kids can choose their favorite party theme and assist in making the crafts and recipes associated with each. They'll learn how to bake dinosaur cakes, create robot piñatas, design superhero outfits, decorate their party setting, and so much more. Whether you're hosting a Pirate Cove Party, a Monster Mash Bash, or a Woodland Fairy Fest, every birthday theme will inspire creativity.

The designed parties include a craft activity, a decor project with templates, and recipes for a meal, two snacks, and the ultimate birthday cake. Step-by-step instructions, DIY tips and tricks, and a list of materials for each birthday theme make this activity-recipe book the perfect gift that families will return to year after year!

Book Details

  • Publisher: Christy Ottaviano Books-Little Brown and Hach
  • Publish Date: Jan 21st, 2025
  • Pages: 352
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.75in - 9.00in - 1.13in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9780316297707
  • Recommended age: 03-10
  • Categories: General

About the Author

Melissa Iwai is an award-winning creator of over thirty picture books, including Soup Day, Pizza Day, Dumplings for Lili, and Gigi and Ojiji, which was a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Honor Book. As a child, Melissa was always making things out of fabric, paper, and other assorted scrap materials. Her love of crafting, cooking, and baking came full circle when her son was born, and every birthday party became a DIY project with a theme of his choice. When she is not creating, Melissa can be found doing crossword puzzles with her husband, author Denis Markell, in Brooklyn. She invites you to visit her online at melissaiwai.com.