Looks at secret languages, jumprope rhymes, song parodies, games, taunts, tongue twisters, jokes, and initiation customsFor-Sadie, who had learned to make the box four years earlier, the appeal of the object was not it what it became, but rather its process ... They flick it with their fingers, back and forth across a desk or table a sometimes from one table to another. ... Sometimes called a glider or a paper jet, the design of the paper folding shown here is the mast common type I collected, ... In the last two years, I have collected many more friendship bracelets woven from yarn, using colorful combinationsanbsp;...
|Title||:||American Children's Folklore|
|Author||:||Simon J. Bronner|
|Publisher||:||august house - 1988|