Chinese Origami for Children Fold Zodiac Animals, Festival Decorations and Other Creations: This Easy Origami Book is Fun for Both Kids and Parents by Lin Xin
  

Chinese Origami for Children Fold Zodiac Animals, Festival Decorations and Other Creations: This Easy Origami Book is Fun for Both Kids and Parents

Written by Lin Xin
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RRP £6.99

Synopsis

Chinese Origami for Children Fold Zodiac Animals, Festival Decorations and Other Creations: This Easy Origami Book is Fun for Both Kids and Parents by Lin Xin

Paper-folding, also called origami, is popular among children all over the world. With this origami book, you can now use origami to celebrate festivals and present well wishes.Inside you'll find 30 simple and fun paper-folding projects including: Chinese zodiac animals such as the dragon, horse, and pig. Festival-related items such as the lion-dance in the lantern-show festival and a necktie for the Father's Day. Objects representing well wishes and greetings such as a peach to wish someone a long life and a calabash or bottle gourd to present a wish. Other objects with Chinese flair such as a folded fan and panda.Illustrations and explanations in this book are clear and the steps are easy to follow. These projects will help you get to know more about Chinese culture. Work together with your children to bring these Chinese-inspired paper projects alive!

Reviews

...a terrific book on the cute zodiac animals and decorations. These are made to be easier for children to create and yet they look awesome for anyone to receive!... It's time to be creative and this book has it all! -Test Try Results blog Origami is called paper-folding in Chinese. There are 30 simple paper folding projects including 12 Chinese birth sign (zodiac) animals for children in this book. A great culture craft book for home or in the classroom. Good read for ages: 5 and up -Miss Panda Chinese

About the Author

Hu Yue is a teacher at the Higher Specialized School attached to Child Normal College in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province. She teaches subjects, including fine arts, paper-folding, computer design, and pottery art. Having established Sanmu Tang Studio in Shijiazhuang in 2003, Lin Xin specializes in the design and drawing of illustrations for children's books. He has had over ten books published, such as Celebrating Chinese Festivals and Chinese Zodiac Animals in Chinese and English.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
72 pages
Interest Age: From 4 to 9 years

Author

Lin Xin
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Publisher

Shanghai Press

Publication date

1st April 2016

ISBN

9781602209930


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