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High-Flying Paper Airplanes

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | High-Flying Paper Airplanes.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jack Botermans(Author) Bookman International B.V.(Author)

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From the Concorde to the Stealth Bomber, these more than 35 great-looking, superbly aerodynamic paper craft look amazingly like the actual planes, helicopters, and gliders they're modelled on. And, along with this easy-to-follow and well-illustrated manual, all you need to construct them are paper, some basic origami folds, and a few everyday supplies such as a pencil, glue, scissors, and tape. True to its name, the Simple Jet is so uncomplicated to make, it's worth creating an entire fleet in different colours. The Arrowhead flies fast and true; decorate its huge wings with personal insignia. Try experimental planes, such as the Grumman A-6 Intruder; stunt flyers, including the Avro Vulcan, especially made for performance flights; and many other exciting craft.

Jacob Botermans is co-author of "Tricky Optical Illusion Puzzles" (1402706006), also published by Sterling.

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  • By Ms. El Hinton on 10 April 2009

    We bought this book second hand but chose one that was in better condition than the rest alas this was a con, there were pages missing, pages drawn on and generally not in a good way. considering you had to use the pages inside to make the planes having some missing was rather frustrating and pointless. Had this book been in the condition that it was promised it would have been a wonderful present for my son.

  • By JH on 6 February 2015

    Great fun, but why it is billed as a 'great gift for boys'? Despite being the 'wrong' gender for it, I'm glad I bought it!

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