Origami novices of all ages will be off to a quick start with this basic paperfolding guide and its on-the-go models. Seventeen projects include a chariot, hang glider, rocket, hot air balloon, and sports car. In addition to clear instructions and helpful diagrams, 24 easy-to-remove pages of colorful... read more
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Origami novices of all ages will be off to a quick start with this basic paperfolding guide and its on-the-go models. Seventeen projects include a chariot, hang glider, rocket, hot air balloon, and sports car. In addition to clear instructions and helpful diagrams, 24 easy-to-remove pages of colorful origami paper provide everything an aspiring origamist needs.
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