The 10 best paper airplanes you've ever folded and flown! These are high performance, blow-the-competition-away flying paper machines! The book features 10 designs and 40 sheets of full colour, flight-ready paper. Best for children over 7 years.
The creators of The World Record Paper Airplane Book devise twelve small-scale models, decorated with original full-color graphics, for making seventy-four airplanes, using simple folding instructions in a handy pocket guide. Original. 75,000 first printing.
Author: Kyong Hwa Lee
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Release Date: 2016-06-15
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
In this book Kyong Hwa Lee combines the art of origami and the science of flight to create unique paper airplane designs for aviation enthusiasts of all ages. Featuring thirty-two designs, Amazing Paper Airplanes showcases models resembling real-world aircraft, including the F-22 fighter jet, a P-51 World War II plane, the Convair F-102 Delta Dagger—the first supersonic delta-wing interceptor airplane of the US Air Force—and more. For these models, Lee provides information along with an image of the real plane to encourage interest in aerospace technology. Every design has been flight-tested and presents complete step-by-step folding instructions. In addition to showing basic and advanced folding techniques and providing templates for each plane, the author explains the theory behind flight and offers tips to fine-tune paper airplanes for optimal flying.
These 8 aerodynamically sound, ready-to-build paper airplanes are blazing with color and ready to soar. Includes easy instruction for folding a Baker F-399 and X-411, Phantom, Daedalus, Icarus, Songbird, and more. All you need are scissors, glue, paper clips, a ruler, tape, and pennies to get them off the ground.
Your children's fun will take off while they learn the basics of flight from this easy to use book. All designs have step by step instructions and are tested by children all over the world. All your child needs is notebook paper and off they go.
Companion to the bestselling Pocket Flyers Paper Airplane Book, Space Flyers Paper Airplane Book features 12 models and 63 planes (each model has multiple templates to tear out, fold up, and fly). The fun, colorful templates are designed to resemble various kinds of spacecraft. Each paper plane comes with step-by-step folding instructions and tips for flight adjustments.
**Winner of the 2016 Creative Child Magazine Product of the Year Award** Kids will love to fold and fly these sturdy, aerodynamic paper airplanes! In this brand new origami book with folding papers, paper airplane expert Andrew Dewar presents his ultimate collection of easy-to-fold, high-performance planes for kids who are fascinated by paper or origami airplanes. These planes are brightly colored and designed to fly beautifully each and every time. The book opens with a fascinating primer to the principles of flight so kids can learn about the forces that enable a plane to fly and affect the performance of their planes. They'll have fun coaxing the planes through their paces: doing loops, barrel rolls, glides and dives. The sky is the limit once they understand how planes interact with the atmosphere! This paper airplanes kit contains: 12 innovative designs 48 pre-cut paper airplane models Detailed instructions for each paper plane Special durable lightweight cardstock Printed folding lines for perfect folds Colorful and realistic designs A pull-out airport runway for landing maneuvers
Welcome to the world of flying animals! It's entertainment on the fly for the office, backyard, classroom (don't get caught!), or anywhere there might be a party, featuring 12 Lilliputian-size models that create 69 planes altogether. From the Dragon to the Stingray, Beetlebot to the Beach Bomber, these flying creatures are vibrantly colored and gorgeously designed to resemble animals that fly, both real and imaginary. Fold up an antennaed Scarab and the sharklike Predator. Includes step-by-step folding instructions and tips on how to send each plane soaring at its full aerodynamic potential.