e-Book A Thousand Cranes (Origami Favorites Series) download

e-Book A Thousand Cranes (Origami Favorites Series) download

by Florence Temko

ISBN: 0893468517
ISBN13: 978-0893468514
Language: English
Publisher: Heian (April 1, 2000)
Pages: 12
Category: Crafts and Hobbies
Subategory: Home and Hobby

ePub size: 1895 kb
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Rating: 4.2
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This is a small book containing information about the traditional Japanese origami crane, as well as full instructions for making one. The text teaches about the crane's place in Japanese culture, tells the story of Sadako Sasaki, and gives ideas for papers to use and for projects to make with the finished models. I usually find the crane to be somewhat challenging for beginners, and the instructions are overall good and detailed, although I feel like the do skim-over the reverse-fold for the head. The book comes with 48 tear-out origami papers.

A Thousand Cranes book. Florence Temko was an internationally known writer on paper crafts and folk arts. Her more than forty books have sold over . million copies.

Aside from being a symbol of world peace, health, and long life, the origami crane has come to signify the art of paper folding itself

Aside from being a symbol of world peace, health, and long life, the origami crane has come to signify the art of paper folding itself. Book Features: Step by step diagrams for folding the classic paper crane. Ideas on how to use cranes as gifts, in greeting cards, mobiles and on festive occasions. The story of Sadako and the Thousand Cranes. Notes on cranes in Japan and Japanese culture

By (author) Florence Temko.

By (author) Florence Temko.

Florence appeared many times on television in the . She was the creator of more than 250 original origami designs and traveled in 31 countries where she met with many local artists and artisans. Her books have received numerous awards and are widely recommended by librarians for their clear step-by-step directions that make folding easy for adults and children.

One thousand origami cranes (千羽鶴, senbazuru; literally 1000 cranes ) is a group of one thousand origami paper cranes (折鶴, orizuru) held together by strings. An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by the gods. Some stories believe you are granted happiness and eternal good luck, instead of just one wish, such as long life or recovery from illness or injury. This makes them popular gifts for special friends and family

A Thousand Cranes by Florence Temko - 2011 - 120 pages. Absolute Beginner's Origami by Nick Robinson - 2006 - 96 pages.

A Thousand Cranes by Florence Temko - 2011 - 120 pages. Absolute Beginner's Origami by Nick Robinson - 1999 - 96 pages.

If a sick person folds one thousand paper cranes, the gods will grant her wish and make her healthy again. Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. She handed the crane to Sadako. 1. Leukemia in children-Juvenile literature. 2. Sasaki, Sadako, 1943-1955-Juvenile.

This colorful book teaches how to make a paper crane, the most popular and basic of origami figures. Completing one thousand cranes brings great good fortune, according to an ancient Japanese tradition. Choose from three traditional Japanese mobiles designed to display one thousand cranes each.

My niece works with physically ill children. This book was the inspiration for a party. The children all participated in folding paper cranes and they enjoyed hearing the story as a " read aloud" book. Along with the beautiful illustrations, this book has become one of their favorites.

The story is inspiring, and the papers in the back, to use for folding cranes, are quite beautiful. It took me awhile to 'get it,' but after that I folded a crane a day for two weeks as a kind of meditation. Very satisfying.

Compact summary of a touching story. Would like a revised edition with history of origami and inclusion of the 5-6 other ways to fold a crane.

This is a great book! The instructions are easy to follow with pictures included and the paper is just lovely. This got me hooked on making origami cranes while living in Japan! :-)

Tons a pages with pretty paper. I gave them to several people and hung them in my room. They are fun and I like them!.

Paper accompanying text is good. It is pliable and easy to work with. Good for a beginner. Text is concise.

Florence Temko always does an outstanding job with all her books.

[Full Disclosure: The publisher, Stone Bridge Press, kindly sent me a review copy of this book in July 2011.]

I'm an origami teacher since 1998, an avid collector of origami books and origami paper.

The softcover book measures approx. 7.5" x 7"; the chiyogami paper measures about 7" x 7".

This is an unusual origami book because the first 12 sheets (24 pages) are printed on glossy, clay-coated pages but the remaining 48 sheets (96 pages) of chiyogami are printed on matte paper. The half-inch gutter allows the book to lay flat. Don't be misled by the 120 page count--remember to divide that in half to get the true count of the book = 60 sheets.

I felt the design scale of some patterns overwhelmed the small 7" sheet. There are a variety of floral, animal, geometric, abstract patterns and one the reverse side a good balance of muted pastel and brilliant vivid colors.

Here's what I observed when I tore out one sheet to fold a crane:
1. my sheet was *not* square (minus one star),
2. *not* clay-coated but lightweight (plus one star),
3. feels thinner than plain Japanese kami,
4. 48 different non-repeating design front and back (nice!)
5. perforated edge for easy removal (plus one star)
6. not micro-perforated; leaving a noticeably deckled edge (minus one star),
7. sheet folds well and creases holds a crisp edge (plus one star).

The well-loved origami crane is notoriously difficult for beginners to perfect because of the petal fold. This is a great introduction to learn the origami crane because not only does the text accompany the diagrams, there is some information on live cranes, cranes in art and Sadako Sasaki and nine crane projects. I have a minor quibble that the diagram perfectly show how to fold the neck and tail without using inside-reverse folds but glossed over how to inside-reverse fold the crane's head.

There are instructions how string a thousand cranes and the address where to send the cranes for the Hiroshima Peace Memorial (I didn't know that the cranes must be strung together to be accepted at the Hiroshima International School!).

If you are an origami purist for 90-degree perfect 6" square sheets right out of the package, you may be disappointed by the not-so-square 7" chiyogami sheets. However, this book works nicely for the origami enthusiast who loves to collect inspiring, beautiful paper.

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