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Title: Origami Anywhere, Why throw it out when you can fold it up?
Author: Nick Robinson
Publisher: Dover Publications
Published: May 20th, 2015
The initial chapters introduce the reader to origami and the symbols used through to book to guide anyone attempting to fold their own copies of the twenty nine origami models described. For each design clearly illustrated step by step instructions are given along with a photograph of the finished model. This book is the first origami one that I’ve read suggesting the models should be made from recycled materials.
This is a superb book with lots of different designs to have a go at making. The instructions are easily followed and there are a wide range of different designs. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in having a go at origami as it is relatively easy to follow and uses recycled materials rather than expensive origami papers. On top of all that it is great fun – so go on, have a go!
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley too, for letting me read an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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