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Making Paper Airplanes: Make Your Own Aircraft And Watch Them Fly !

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Making Paper Airplanes Make Your Own

Sky Pony Press

Author: David Woodroffe

Are you looking to pick a book? You may want to read Making Paper Airplanes: Make Your Own by David Woodroffe. Written by David Woodroffe and it was published sometime in November of 2012 by Sky Pony Press. The book is 192 pages long. It's 0.7"H x 9.9"L x 7"W. It weighs close to 1.55 lbs. To find the best bargain for this child's book along with other items, check out our affilate add to shopping cart button below.

Make your own Blue Angel, aerobatic jet, and dozens of other amazing paper airplanes! This is a great activity book for family and pals of all ages. All with each of the fantastic flying machines featured happen to be built and tested by the author to make sure that, with little over quite a few folds along with a couple of snips, your new creation can be airborne. Packed with diagrams, instructions, and graphics, here are amazing paper aircraft that truly fly. Now any kid can turn a stack of paper into his or her personal private air force. Customized graphics for each model guarantee that your aircraft will appear great and fly much better than any paper plane you have ever folded. 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 much more! 250 color illustrations From origami fighter jets to tin foil helicopters and paper Spitfires, there are hundreds of different techniques of developing successful flying devices from paper.


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