Al Capone Shines My Shoes (Tales from Alcatraz, Book 2) by Gennifer Choldenko

By Gennifer Choldenko

What do you do while your associates are a host of hit males, con males, and mad puppy murderers? good, if you're Moose Flanagan, you ask the main infamous convict of all of them, Al Capone, for support. but if that convict comes via for you--and then asks you for a desire in return--suddenly it's an entire diversified ball video game. determining up the place the Newbery-Honor successful Al Capone Does My Shirts left off, this vigorous moment romp that includes Moose, his neighbors, and a few of Alcatraz's "finest" is simply as fulfilling because the first.

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3. Cut the paper to the size of the scrapbook page. Glue the paper over the page to create a new background color. 4. Be creative in the way you cut the paper. Try tracing the page shape on acetate with the pen to make a clear pattern to use for cutting paper at odd angles. The clear pattern will allow you to see exactly what part of the picture you will be cutting out. 5. Choose a paper background that is related to the theme of your page. Old school papers are perfect for a back-to-school page, and a map is a great background for a page about a special trip.

Another fun way to use the pictures is to cut simple shapes from them that are related to the overall picture. I found a page of flying birds and cut a bird shape from it, and I cut a flower shape from a page of flowers. This project idea has endless possibilities and lots of room for your own creative interpretation. 37 Creating different backgrounds for your scrapbook pages is another way to add variety and interest to your book. Scrapbook Background Pages Here is what you need: light cardboard acetate (optional) pen wrapping paper printed store bags magazine scenes white craft glue old essays and other school papers, maps wallpaper book scissors old paper doll pages, posters, book jackets, sheet music, newspaper or funnies, playing cards Here is what you do: 1.

9. Cut the clothing out. Don’t forget to cut out some shoes and hats, too. Glue each outfit to one side of a paper-clip hanger and hang it in the closet. 10. 11. 12. Glue the hats in the closet on the top shelf. Glue the shoes in the bottom of the closet. Put the rubber band across the two doorknobs to keep the closet shut. Fill the closet with your favorite styles of clothing. It will be fun to look back at the closet in a few years to see what clothes were in style when you made your scrapbook.

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