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More Origami for Children

35 fun paper projects to fold in an instant

Written by Mari Ono

Published: 10/09/2015

More Origami for Children

  • Paperback
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  • 9781782492443
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  • Sep 2015
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  • 128 pages

About the author

Mari Ono is an expert in origami and all forms of papercrafts. Born in Japan, she has lived in the United Kingdom for many years with her artist husband, Takumasa, where both work to promote Japanese art and crafts. Her previous books include The Simple Art of Japanese Papercrafts, published by North Light Books.

Roshin Ono came to the UK from Japan at the age of 7 with his mother and father. Now aged 14, he has participated in events introducing Japanese culture to the western world and has taught many children how to produce beautiful origami models.

Stuck for something fun to do on a rainy day or worried about how to keep entertained on a long car journey? Don't panic, because you have in your hands one of the best boredom-busting books on the planet! Packed with 35 of the finest paper projects this side of Tokyo, More Origami for Children shows how to take a simple piece of paper and turn it into something so much more exciting, like a finger puppet, a robot, pretty flowers, a gift box for all sorts of treats and treasures, and even a sumo wrestler. The projects range from very easy to more challenging-the tulip or the rabbit are great for teaching little hands the basics, while aspiring origami addicts will love the squirrel, windmill, snowflake, and even a snowman! You really will be amazed at what you can create with just a few simple folds. The best thing about the book is that it comes with 60 pieces of paper, meaning you can start folding straight away. And you really can make models anywhere: at home, in the park, on holiday, with your friends at school, or on a train... how cool does that sound?!