Jacob and Isabella stay with their Grammie and her dachshund, Taro, when Mom works away from home. Grammie loves origami, but she loves Jacob and Isabella even more. The children eventually learn how to fold an eight-piece origami model that transforms between a pinwheel sun and a flying disc moon. Recommended for kids, teachers, librarians, grandparents, or anyone else who loves to read a good story or wants to learn easy origami. Colorful illustrated folding instructions are included. Written by professional storyteller Christine Petrell Kallevig, the award-winning author of five Storigami collections, which are short stories illustrated by the progressive folds of easy origami models.
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Children's Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review, Jan. 2014"a delightful picturebook about two children staying with their grandmother, who practices origami. At first they are nonplused by the favorite pastime of their "Ori-grammie", but when she shows them a paper-folded Moon that can be transformed into the Sun and back again - they begin to take interest. Bright, colorful illustrations of Grammie's house full of papercrafts, as well as instructions for folding one's very own transforming Sun-Moon round out this charming story, ideal for encouraging little ones to experiment with origami for fun."
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Book Description Storytime Ink International, 2014. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Christine Petrell Kallevig (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M098973711X