I’ve noticed over the years that book publishers are always eager to find what is trending and release a book to take advantage. Here’s a case in point, the third book about geometric origami I’ve written in 12 months. Always alert for “competition clauses”, the models in each are completely different. There’s also a wealth of geometric designs out there, so finding contents is not difficult, with the proviso that nothing too complex can be used.
So here it is, beautifully packaged and a delight in every respect. You can also read about an similar book I wrote for them called “Traditional Japanese Origami”.
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