Secrets of origami: the Japanese art of paper folding

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 the Japanese art of paper folding

 

Hundreds of diagrams help paperfolders at all levels create over 120 models ranging from a traditional sailboat, cicada, flapping bird, and jumping frog to such less common subjects as a Japanese lady, gargoyle, octopus, and a Moor at prayer. Also includes figures originated by internationally renowned origami experts.

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Subject(s)Creative arts and media
Age7-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19, FE/HE
AuthorRobert Harbin
Published1971
Copies1
Shelf ref. numberA 736.982 HAR
ISBN706400054
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