The Kids' Guide to Paper Airplanes

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Capstone, Jan 1, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Have you every wondered how far you could get a paper airplane to fly Do you want to learn how to make more than just one simple model If want to test the limits of flight in your own backyard look no further than The Kids Guide to Paper Airplanes From the classic dart to the unbeatable super plane these paper creations will have you soaring all over the neighborhood
  

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The instructions were clear, and the pictures made it easy to understand how to fold the paper. Read full review

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The instructions were clear, and the pictures made it easy to understand how to fold the paper. Read full review

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Christopher L. Harbo discovered his love of comic books as an adult when he stumbled on a copy of Stan Sakai's comic "Usagi Yojimbo". Today, Christopher's bookshelves are loaded with comics and graphic novels from around the world. When he's not reading, Christopher enjoys practicing origami, watching Japanese anime, and working in his garden.

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