In this Issue... - - -Toys - - - Multigenerational Woodworking - By Abigail Brubaker - After learning woodworking from his father, Bob Gilsdorf shares the fun with kids everywhere. Gator Snap - By Bob Gilsdorf - Watch your fingers! This bean bag toss game is ready to bite! Toulouse the Talkative Toucan - By David Wakefield - Follow the nose - this project is fun wherever it goes. Wooden Ratchet Noisemaker - By Eric Hart - Raise the roof with a super-loud but super-simple toy. Rapid-Fire Rubber Band Gun - By Mark Stevenson - Clever mechanism lets you shoot as many rubber bands as you can load. Making a Labyrinth Game - By Troy Hawkins - Make a game of skill for as little as $1.50. - - - Gizmos - - - Ride-able Art - By Abigail Brubaker - Jay Kinsinger's wooden bicycles are anything but old fashioned. Double-Slider Pillbox - By Niklas Oberfeld - Small-scale puzzle box is great for cash, mints, or even pills Two-Track Marble Racer - By Art Mulder - You'll love making it, kids will love playing with it: win-win! Frankenswitch Cover Plate - By Mike Ryan - Transform your home into a mad-scientist's lair with this gear-driven switch. Easy-to-Make Electromagnetic Gear Clock - By Alfred Mifsud and Rolf Beuttenmuller - Add an electronic circuit to simplify this wooden gear clock. - - - Automata - - - Whimiscal Wooden Worlds - By Abigail Brubaker - Dug North's automata are complex machines an yet the oppostite of today's technology. Katz and Maus - By Chrispher Blasius - A determined cat endlessly chases a mouse. Cowboy Automaton - By Chris Fitch - Simple gears make this Western scene come to life. Dancing Ballerinas - By John Hutcinson - Up for a challenge? These synchronized dancers will keep you on your toes!