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Junior Library Guild MonthlySuch restraint adds to the impression that The Origami Master could be mistaken for a long-forgotten gem of ancient folklore. Like those classic tales, it boasts a small cast of archetypal characters—in this case, and artist whose pride too quickly turns to jealousy and a bird whose innocent nature requires freedom. And like many of the most beloved folktales, The Origami Master brings home its moral lesson with a succession of clever plot twists.
Children will particularly love The Origami Master for its bright depictions of folded-paper animals—including spiders, elephants, and dragons. Anticipating young readers' interest in the art form, the book also provides easy-to-follow instructions for making their own origami.