Making Paper Airplanes

Making Paper Airplanes

Make your Own Aircraft and Watch Them Fly!

Book - 2012
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Now any kid can turn a stack of paper into his or her own private air force. Packed with diagrams, instructions, and graphics, here are amazing paper aircraft that really fly. From origami fighter jets to tin foil helicopters and paper Spitfires, there are hundreds of different ways of building successful flying devices from paper. Now you and your child can make these and more:

* Stealth Bomber
* Kestrel Fighter
* Dragon Desk Kite
* Firefly Space Shuttle
* Swallow Glider
* Flashdance Stunt Flyer
* Golden Flame Racing Plane
* Supersonic Transport
* and more!

Customized graphics for each model ensure that your aircraft will look great and fly better than any paper plane you have ever folded. All of the fantastic flying machines featured have been built and tested by the author to ensure that, with little more than a few folds and a couple of snips, your new creation can be airborne. This is a great activity book for family and friends of all ages.
Publisher: New York, NY : Skyhorse, 2012
ISBN: 9781620871683
Branch Call Number: J629.1331 Wo
Characteristics: 190p. : ill


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Jan 14, 2015

this is my favorite paper airplane book. Great for all ages, whether your a big fan or a beginner you will be impressed by these incredible paper airplanes that really fly well!!!!!!!!!
I highly recommend this book

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