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Origami Fun by Jon Tremaine

Origami Fun

by Jon Tremaine

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764161989, Hardcover)

Kids learn to fashion delightful paper images of frogs, birds, flowers, a spaceship, and lots more with this marvelous beginner's book of origami instruction. Forty-eight pages of step-by-step directions are clearly illustrated with color diagrams that show how to fold paper into all sorts of clever shapes. Attached to the inside-back cover is a sturdy pocket packed with 40 sheets of special origami paper. When kids pull out the drawer that's built into the book's spine they'll find a set of six colored pencils and 12 wobbly eyes they can use to decorate their finished origami creations. Here's a great beginner's guide and an easy way to enjoy the ancient Japanese art of paper folding.

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