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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Origami: The Complete Practical Guide to the Ancient Art of Paperfolding (Non-Fiction)

Released April 2001

Reviewed by Tracy Farnsworth

Once you've introduced your child to Origami with The Origami Master, it quickly becomes a favorite pasttime. For that reason, I felt it beneficial to offer a review of what my children feel is the greatest book on Origami out there.

Rick Beech's guide contains step-by-step instructions for hundreds of objects and creatures. The step-by-step uses actual photos to help guide a child every step of the way. The different Origami projects range in difficulty starting with Origami for beginners to very advanced projects. Projects include:

  • Paper crane
  • Teacup
  • Food container
  • Swan napkins
  • 3-D tetrahedron
  • Fireworks
  • Moving lizard
There are hundreds of possibilities presented by Origami masters from around the world.

If you want a definitive guide on Origami for your children, this is the only book to purchase!

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