Monday, January 11, 2016

Ultimate Paper Airplanes for Kids Review & Giveaway

How do airplanes fly? Explore the dynamics of flight making and flying paper airplanes with Ultimate Paper Airplanes for Kids: The Best Guide to Paper Airplanes! A paperback with flaps – by Andrew Dewar (Author) and Kostya Vints (Illustrator) released November 10, 2015 by Tuttle Publishing. Experience the thrill and exhilaration of launching a paper airplane into the air and watching it fly. This book includes: 48 colorful tear-out airplane folding sheets, step-by-step instructions for 12 models, and a fold-out runway and landing game. This simple yet time-tested activity will provide hours of fun and learning for kids. Get your copy below! 

Contents

Introduction
Why Planes Fly... or Don't!
Animals that Fly
Creating Lift
Streamlining
Balance and Stability
Forces in Equilibrium
Controlling the Airplane
How I Got Hooked ... and You Will Too
All Kinds of Paper Airplanes
Folding Techniques
A Word About Paper
Test Flying
Higher and Farther

The Planes

Belly Button
Decapod
Hammerhead
Flying Wing
Fireball
Chevron
Spade
Delta Jet
Ring Wraith
Space Cruiser
Raptor Iceberg

Games and Contests
Organizing a Contest
Using the Runway

Belly Button

Ultimate Paper Airplanes for Kids is available worldwide at Tuttle Publishing. Check out their unique catalog, rooted in Asian culture, language and history at Tuttle Publishing.

TUTTLE Publishing has generously offered to giveaway a copy of Ultimate Paper Airplanes for Kids. One winner will be selected at random. Good luck! Canadian and USA addresses. Until January 25, 2016.


59 comments:

  1. I think I would like to read grandma-pandas-china-storybook with my daughter

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  2. My son would love the Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit

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  3. I would like to receive My First Origami Kit Carole Dube

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  4. my granddaughter would love this

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  5. I would like Japanese for beginners

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  6. The Money Origami Kit would make some fun gifts!
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  7. I would like the Art, Architecture & Design

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  8. The Food of New Orleans looks like a interesting book to our family, my granddaughters went to New Orleans and they talked about all the different foods they ate there and I think they and my son would love to use this book

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  9. I would like the Ultimate Origami Beginner pack.

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  10. My First Origami Kit would be another great one to own.

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  11. tHE DOLLAR ORIGAMI, I THINK IT WOULD BE FUN FOR GIFT GIVING.

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  12. I would also like:
    http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/books-by-country/kyoto-gardens-hardcover-with-jacket

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  13. I would also really like the paperback copy of Cupcake Envy

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  14. Bailey Dexter Another great book our family would love is the Everyday Bento 50 Cute and Yummy Lunches to Go

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  15. I would like to get the book wrapping with fabric,I would love to get some ideas for wrapping.

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  16. I also would like the Steamy Kitchen Cookbook - entry form name: Marlene V.

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  17. I like the Ultimate Origami Book for Beginners. My daughter would love that.

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  18. the Story-gami Kit looks great. I know a couple of great grand boys that would like that.

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  19. I would love to read "Your Guide to Health with Foods & Herbs", sounds interesting.

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  20. I would love to have the Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit...my Granddaughter would really like a book like this :)

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  21. I would also like the Ultimate Friendship Bracelets Kit. (Judy Cowan)

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  22. I would love to give my daughter the Ultimate Origami Kit for beginners

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  23. I like origami a lot so I'd go for the ultimate origami kit.

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  24. I would also really like the paperback copy of Cupcake Env

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  25. Oh we would also love the Origami Cars, Trucks & Trains Kit! Oh they look so fun!

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  26. The Everyday Bento book has been on my Tuttle wishlist forever; I really should get it soon.

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  27. My granddaughter would like Maya and the turtle

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  28. I would like the Everyday Bento book. I like their other oragami books, too!

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  29. so many great books.. would love to have the Everyday Thai Cooking

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  30. I would like the book "Cupcake envy"

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  31. Love all their hands on activity books!

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  32. another book that i like is Japanese Fairy Tales
    Yei Theodora Ozaki, my daughter loves anything Japanese,she would love this book, she is aiming to be an exchange student to Japan when she get to grade 10/11.

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  33. I would like the Chinese Knotting book

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  34. We'd love the My First Origami Kit

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  35. I'd love Origami Extravaganza! Folding Paper, a Book, and a Box.

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  36. I like the Stylish Remakes book.

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  37. Everyday Bento looks like a fun little book. I would keep the book for myself, but use it to make fun lunches and snacks for my grandkids

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  38. Bible origami kit

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  39. My step son I think would love the origami beginners book. I am trying to win the paper airplanes for him. I gave him a star wars paper airplane book a few birthdays back and he loved it.

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  40. Origami Butterflies Mini Kit would be great for my and my girl!

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  41. my daughter is teaching herself Japanese, she plans on being an exchange student in a few years.. the book Japanese Hiragana & Katakana for Beginners would be perfect for her.

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  42. I would love to give my kids the Bible Origami Kit. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  43. The Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit is something I think my little one would love!

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  44. Origami Cars, Trucks & Trains Kit! Oh yeah!

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  45. I would love to give my niece the My First Origami Kit. She is very crafty and I think she would really like this.

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  46. My granddaughter would love My First Origami Kit!

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  47. I follow on GFC (sorry, hit the enter button before I was done typing)

    I like the Art, Architecture & Design

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  48. I also like their Everyday Bento book.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  49. Would love to have My First Origami Kit

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  50. Origami Picture Frames just fits my granddaughters!

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  51. Would love "This Is The Greatest Place" to read with my children.

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  52. I would love to have the Cupcake Envy book too!

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  53. I Love Winning American Mah Jongg Strategies
    For a gift for my Mom, she loves to pla Man Jongg.

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  54. I love this. Unfortunately, it's over.
    next time, could i repost contest you held?

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