Thursday, July 17, 2014

One Minute Paper Airplanes Review & Giveaway


Welcome to the Christmas in July Giveaway Hop hosted by Review Wire Media. My prize is Tuttle Publishing's One Minute Paper Airplanes by Andrew Dewar. The kit includes 12 pop-out paper airplanes, easily assembled in under a minute, a 32 page full-color instruction book and super-charged catapult launcher. My boyfriend Graham and I worked on the kit. I folded and he stapled the paper planes together, then we headed outside. We were amazed at how high and far the airplanes went. I squealed with delight as the planes shot up and zoomed through the air, changed direction, glided or swooped and plunged to the ground. Exciting and thrilling! Hours of learning, outdoor activity and fun. Get your kit below and make sure to stop by The Review Wire for a chance to win the grand prize, a Fathead Wall Decal of your choice!

Contents
Introduction
Tools and Techniques
Test Flying
Hand-Launching
Catapulting
Flying Tips

Sanger
Cirrus
Archaeopteryx
Taro
Thunderbird
Streaking Comet
Stingray
Crow
Wraith
X-15
Tailwind
Wasp


One Minute Paper Airplanes is available in both my Canadian and USA Amazon Stores and worldwide at Tuttle Publishing. Check out their unique catalog, rooted in Asian culture, language and history at Tuttle Publishing.

Tuttle has generously offered to giveaway a One Minute Paper Airplanes kit! One winner will be selected at random. Good luck! Open until July 31, 2014, Canadian and USA addresses only.

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34 comments:

  1. I'd like Grandma Panda's story book

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  2. I would love to give Grandma Panda's China Storybook to my son!

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  3. The Origami Magic Kit looks like a ton of fun!

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  4. I would also like to have the Chinese Fables books.

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  5. marie/boba_gyrl@yahoo.com

    i would like the Voodoo Maggie's Adorable Amigurumi

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  6. Tales of Mystery & Imagination sounds interesting!

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  7. We'd have fun with the Fun & Easy Origami Kit!

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  8. We would love the Fun & Easy Origami Kit!

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  9. Creative Beaded Jewelry looks very interesting.

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  10. I think An Irishman in China sounds like a good read! I'd like that.

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  11. Bailey Dexter Another great book would also be the Grandma Panda's China Storybook.

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  12. I would like Creative Beaded Jewelry .

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  13. Oh I would love the Quiet Beauty book! Looks so peaceful!

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  14. I would really enjoy the Chinese Zen and the Creative Beaded Jewelry books.

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger

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  15. I would like to check out the Balinese Food book! Sounds interesting

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  16. I would like the chinese fables. I've had other books and they were aways very entertaining..

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  17. I would love to get the Creative Beaded Jewelry Book for my granddaughter.

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  18. I wouldn't mind reading k pop now

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  19. My granddaughters and I would love to learn how to do this and this book would be great to help Classic Origami Kit - [Boxed Kit with 98 Folding Papers & Full-Color Book] -
    Michael G. LaFosse - ISBN: - 9780804835282

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  20. My daughter is little, but seems to like crafts. :)

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  21. I think my kids would love Grandma Panda's China Storybook

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  22. I would love to own the Creative Beaded Jewelry book.

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  23. My husband would go Crazzzzzy for this

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  24. I love doing these kind of projects with my kids. I also think the Chinese Embroidery would be interesting for myself, and Grandma Panda's China Storybook would be fun for my kids. :)

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  25. The dollar origami book would be a lot of fun!

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  26. I like the Chinese Embroidery book.

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  27. Another book I would like is the 'Body Clock Guide'. Reading the description, it sounds intriguing.

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  28. I would also like the Origami Spectacular! Kit.

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  29. Filipino Ghost Stories sounds spooky.

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  30. that would be cool for my nephew.
    sasluvbooks at yahoo dot com

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