Iambik has included a PDF file of all of the illustrations and they are downloadable with the book. Each sketch is numbered to match up with whatever section of the book is being heard. Among the 'toys' Smith teaches the reader to create are handkerchief parachutes (I did this as a kid using a plastic hamburger bun bag), boomerangs, bows, arrows, slingshots, musical instruments, peach pit carvings and more.
The narrator, Justin S. Barrett, did a terrific job voicing this book. He also found an interesting site with a video of the author where he was interviewed by Edward R. Murrow. The site is pretty cool and includes a section called 'from the readers' where people have uploaded videos of themselves or children having made some of the items in the book. You can check the site out here. A really fun book and one I'd recommend for kids or for those who are still 'kids' at heart.
Remember, these books are unabridged and are available for $6.99 each at Iambik. I believe that the code "rulebreaker" will still allow you take 25% off the your purchase(s).