Children's Literature - Armin BrottOrigami (from the Japanese "ori," to fold, and "kami," paper) has been practiced in Asia for more than a thousand years. And some of the traditional designs for animals, birds, and other objects have never changed! After a brief introduction to the most common origami folds and forms, readers are shown how to create any (or all) of the 50 separate origami projects. The illustrations and instructions are simple, concise, and easy-to-follow. Kids and their parents will be creating beautiful pieces of paper artwork in no time at all. A wonderful addition to teachers' art repertoires and an even better addition to parents' rainy-day-activities box.
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