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The Gliding Flight

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THE GLIDING FLIGHT is a return to paper airplane basics: one person, one piece of paper, and a few folds later, one airplane. Using a refreshingly inventive approach to designs and flying characteristics, you can make 20 original paper planes, such as the Stealth, the Wind Devil, the Glart, and the Skid Kid. The book's flip-book animation demonstrates the basic origami ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Ten Speed Press (first published 1989)
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Mike Spinak
Nov 25, 2012 Mike Spinak rated it really liked it
This is a super book on making paper airplanes - with an unusual origami angle on making them. The paper airplanes in this book work very well, and they'll help you understand the principles behind paper airplane design, help you learn kinds of folds, and inspire you to create excellent paper airplane designs of your own. Any kid would benefit from The Gliding Flight.
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