Birds in Origami
In this guide for paperfolders of all skill levels, internationally renowned author John Montroll applies his single-square, no-cuts, no-glue approach, to one of the most popular style of origami models. Clear directions and approximately 480 black-and-white illustrations show how to create charming versions of a swan, flamingo, duck, stork, goose, and many other popular birds.
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Great activity bookUser Review - hobo7ranch - Overstock.com
My grandkids and I had a wonderful day learning the art of folding paper. This will be very great when we visit a restaurant where kids get bored quickly and need some entertainment that is quiet and a small need of work space. I would recomment this to all grandparents. Read full review
Review: Birds in OrigamiUser Review - Nikki - Goodreads
Birds in Origami is more complicated than the other two John Montroll books I've reviewed. I like his designs, and the way he presents most of them, but I tried two from this book and just couldn't ... Read full review