My First Origami Fairy Tales Ebook

Paper Models of Knights, Princesses, Dragons, Ogres and More! (includes Printable Folding Sheets, Easy-to-Read Instructions and Printable Story Backdrops)
Author(s): Joel Stern
Original Publish Date: Oct 15, 2019
Product Number: EB00784147
Released: Nov 08, 2019
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781462920983
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
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Step into a world of daring knights, brave princesses and fire breathing dragons! Bestselling origami artist Joel Stern has created this engaging new book to spark children's imaginations and keep them playing happily for hours. The easy-to-follow instructions and colorful, printable folding papers in My First Origami Fairy Tales Ebook make it easy to create your favorite characters and use them to tell stories. Kids will have fun folding up the characters and moving them around in front of the downloadable story backdrops to reenact classic stories—or even to set off on brand new adventures! This ebook includes: -Printable folding sheets for 11 different characters that are easy for young kids to fold -6 downloadable story backdrops -Full-color instructions explaining the characters and showing you how to fold the modelsThis ebook will play up a child's own natural storytelling ability and imagination, using characters like the following: -The chivalrous Knight who comes complete with a gleaming sword and a shield—and a good thing, too, because a nasty Dragon awaits! -A fearless Princess who can sport any of four different dresses—perfect for daily use around the castle, yet rugged enough to contend with a marauding Witch! -The crafty Gnome conjures up a brimming, glittering bag of gold, but a brutish Ogre is in hot pursuit to seize it! -A cunning Wolf spies on an unsuspecting Pig—but let's hope Piggy has built his house with bricks to keep the Wolf out! This origami for kids book is sure to inspire hours of play time—whether at home, in the car or on the go—while also allowing kids to improve dexterity and learn about geometry (without them ever realizing it!) thanks to the practice of folding origami.

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