The World's Greatest Paper Airplane and Toy Book

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 22, 1987 - Crafts & Hobbies - 120 pages
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TRANSFORM A SIMPLE SHEET OF PAPER INTO A CREATION CAPABLE OF FLIGHT!


* A complete manual on the art of paper airplane folding.
* 40 different aircraft designs: Hognose Plane...Shibumi...Dragonbird...Lock Back Jackknife...Ram Jet...Bee Bomber...Spin King...Gremlin...Saber-Toothed Bat...Looper...Helicopter...Origami-Nose Box Plane...and more!
* All can be made by hand from paper: No glue, scissors, or staples required
* Tips for making hundreds of variations by modifying wings and adding tail sections
* Includes models that can perform smooth and level flight, rolls, and loops!
* To-scale drawings for every folding step of construction!
* Instructions for making 10 paper toys also included!

The art of paper folding is fascinating for all age groups. With this guide anyone--child or adult--can successfully create paper airplanes and toys for contest competition, individual sport, or family fun!

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Contents

The Master
2
The Standard
4
FoldedNose Box Plane
6
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

KEITH R. LAUX holds a B.S. in physics and has been experimenting with folded paper designs for nearly 20 years. His paper airplanes have won many contents and he is currently patenting a circular boomerang.

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