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Balloon Hats for Everyone! Book Review

Balloon Hats for Everyone! Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

For three years, balloon guy Addii Somekh and photographer Charlie Eckert traveled in search of people wearing wacky head-wear.

Author: Addii Somekh and Charlie Eckert

In a zany attempt to bring the world a little closer with sight gags and the occasional farty sounds, twisty balloon guy Addii Somekh and photographer Charlie Eckert

traveled for three fun-filled years taking snappy shots of people wearing wacky head-wieners. They then created this swell book that explodes with vivid photos of people from 34 different countries and their little inflated balloon bonnets.

I know, I know you're saying 'I wish I too could be the proud possessor of one of those crazy crowns.' How your luck has changed! Inside each kit are 30 balloons and a handy dandy pump-a-mahooey. In no time you will be a master balloon twister impressing your friends with your swirlies, ballies, and dingies.


Balloon Hats for Everyone Rating: 4


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