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Origami Dinosaurs for Beginners (Dover Origami Papercraft) (2013)

by John Montroll

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I love the idea of origami dinosaurs, and so do my kids. I'm definitely a beginner level paper folder, but not a complete novice, and I can't make heads or tails (no pun intended) of several of these patterns. Neither can my teens who also do a little origami. My kids would love to make the T. rex, but I can't figure it out no matter how many times I try it. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0486498190, Paperback)

An internationally renowned origami master recaptures the prehistoric allure of dinosaurs with these original models. Twenty famous and lesser-known creatures from the Mesozoic era include a tyrannosaurus, apatosaurus, pterodactylus, dimetrodon, quetzalcoatlus, and protoceratops. Models range from very easy to low-intermediate levels and are accompanied by helpful diagrams and simple instructions.

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"Paperfolders can get prehistoric with this new collection by an international origami master. Ranging from the very easy to the low-intermediate level, 20 models include a tyrannosaurus, apatosaurus, peterodactylus, dimetrodon, quetzalcoatlus, protoceratops, and other famous and lesser-known dinosaurs -- all based on Montroll's single-square, no-cuts, no-glue approach"--… (more)

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