Arcturus Publishing, Paperback, 9781785990991, 96pp.
Publication Date: March 15, 2016
Learn how to make incredible paper models which float, fly, flip, jump and snap This is a fun and imaginative introduction to the traditional Japanese art of paper-folding, for children aged 8 and up. The easy-to-understand instructions are accompanied by a series of clear photographs, which are helpfully annotated with arrows and guidelines. Perfect for kids with a passion for paper-folding Teaches the basic folds that underpin many of the projects. Because this book is illustrated by photographs rather than diagrams, the projects are much easier to follow than those found in many origami books. The kid-friendly origami projects have models which really move including a jumping horse, talking frog and flapping bird. Other projects include games and models which float on water , This book comes with 24 pages of colorful, high-quality origami paper. Estimated 1500 words.
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Joe Fullman is a non-fiction author with more than a 60 titles to his name on subjects ranging from geography, history, and science to music, cooking, and travel guides.