Ha, awesome and features one of my favourite kids books The Big Book of Real Trains. The technical drawing in it is great.
There's no way that little blonde-haired kid is gonna make that girl into a model!
You can almost smell the mold! I have part of a really beat up version of "Splendid Journey" digitized as part of my Nik Williams memorial site. It's a great story for "Makers":http://www.echonyc.com/~jhhl/Nik/SplendidJourney/
I'm pretty sure we had the milk carton book. I think I remember things like draw bridges and London Bridge, pretty similar to what you'd make with tinker toys. I would think it also included boats and kaleidoscopes and such.
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