Paper Kites How to Build and Fly Your Own Paper Kites by Nic Compton
  

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Paper Kites How to Build and Fly Your Own Paper Kites by Nic Compton

Paper Kites contains everything you need to make a four-cell tetrahedral kite, using 24 paper straws, a sheet of tissue paper cut into 4 sails, string and a handle. An accompanying book includes step-by-step instructions for building the basic 4-cell paper kite, along with details of how to expand it to a 16-, 32- or 64- cell version - and so on, ad infinitum. A CD-Rom provides you with printable sails designs, ranging from traditional dragons to contemporary manga cartoons. You'll soon have a high-flying handmade kite and the knowledge to build a whole lot more.

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Format

Mixed media product
64 pages

Author

Nic Compton
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Publisher

The Ivy Press

Publication date

25th January 2011

ISBN

9781907332722


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