The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes Book Review

The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes Book Review
Author: Doug Stillinger
Pages: 56 pgs
Reading Level: Children/YA

I picked up this book at my son's scholastic book fair this past week. I can tell you he hasn't put it down. It was hard for me to borrow it from him to review it. This is a great book to learn how to build perfect flying paper airplanes. I believe anyone of any age can enjoy it. You get easy description and pictures that you follow to build the airplanes. If your child can read at least 3rd grade level then he or she will be able to enjoy this book like my son is every day.

Synopsis: Folding a single sheet of paper into a high performance, blow-the-competition-away flying paper machine has never been easier. Comes with clear instructions for folding 10 impressive kid do-able planes and 40 sheets of custom-designed paper in a variety of groovy patterns. It’s a complete guide to folding aerobatic amazements.

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