The Pirate Girl's Treasure: An Origami Adventure

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Kids Can Press Ltd, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
12 Reviews
In this spectacularly original picture book, the story mirrors an origami activity: As a pig-tailed pirate girl travels through mountains, valleys, a cave and finally by sea to reach the treasure her grandfather has hidden for her, imaginative illustrations show different incarnations of a single folded sheet of paper within the scenes. Best of all, clear instructions at the end will let readers recreate the story with just a few folds and tears, transforming a piece of notebook paper into a mountain, hat, cave, boat and really cool pirate shirt.
  

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Review: The Pirate Girl's Treasure: An Origami Adventure

User Review  - Emi - Goodreads

Love this book. Perfect introduction to "story-gami" or story telling using Origami. I've heard different versions of this story, but love this picture book with pictures. I will be using this book to introduce kindergarteners to Origami. Read full review

Review: The Pirate Girl's Treasure: An Origami Adventure

User Review  - Goodreads

Love this book. Perfect introduction to "story-gami" or story telling using Origami. I've heard different versions of this story, but love this picture book with pictures. I will be using this book to introduce kindergarteners to Origami. Read full review

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Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Copyright

About the author (2012)

Peyton Leung is an elementary-school teacher and musician in Toronto, Ontario. The Pirate Girl's Treasure is his first picture book.

Hilary Leung is a graphic artist in Burlington, Ontario, and a graduate of the illustration program at Sheridan College. His work for Kids Can Press includes the very popular Ninja Cowboy Bear series.

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