Author: Kunihiko Kasahara
Publisher: Japan Publications (JP)
In a new approach to a traditional craft, the author has developed a revolutionary method of teaching how to exercise and apply creativity to origami folds.
Author: Steve Sampson, Mark Chironna
Publisher: Baker Books
This newly revised and updated classic empowers you to break free from cycles of control and manipulation through an effective, biblical, and eye-opening battle plan.
Author: David Petty
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
An introduction to origami covers basic folds and bases and offers such projects as a a kimono-clad lady, a Christmas lantern, and flowers.
Author: David Besanko, Ronald R. Braeutigam
This second edition of Microeconomics is filled with learning-by-doing problems that give students a chance to make economics their own. These fully worked-out problems provide a step-by-step road map to help students solve numerical problems. Each problem correlates to similar practice problems at the end of each chapter. In addition, the authors include many extensive real-world examples in the text. These examples are contemporary applications of the theory and are longer and more extensive to show the evolution of the example. Each chapter opens with an example to draw readers into the topic.
Author: Douglas C. Montgomery
This Student Solutions Manual is meant to accompany the trusted guide to the statistical methods for quality control, Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, Sixth Edition. Quality control and improvement is more than an engineering concern. Quality has become a major business strategy for increasing productivity and gaining competitive advantage. Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, Sixth Edition gives you a sound understanding of the principles of statistical quality control (SQC) and how to apply them in a variety of situations for quality control and improvement. With this text, you'll learn how to apply state-of-the-art techniques for statistical process monitoring and control, design experiments for process characterization and optimization, conduct process robustness studies, and implement quality management techniques.
Author: William Audsley, George Ashdown Audsley
Publisher: Courier Corporation
This well-known book was prepared more than 75 years ago by two British architects, and its reputation has grown steadily since. The Audsleys' clear rendering of ornaments and designs from a wide variety of sources and national traditions, their excellent sense of space and proportion, and their straightforward execution of these ornaments in line have made the collection among the most valuable of its kind. The 60 plates contain over 250 large-scale line drawings, mostly executed by the authors. The designs and patterns shown are derived from architectural decorative motifs, textile designs, patterns from ceramics and tiles, and more from Egypt, Greece, Italy, Japan, Persia, Medieval Europe, and other places. A brief text specifies sources for many of the designs, and captions identify national origin and often the original color scheme.
Author: Ruth Owen
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
What�s furry, gives birth to live babies, and feeds them milk? A mammal, of course! Readers will be surprised at how many different animals fall into this classification. They�ll love making elephants, dolphins, raccoons and other adorable creatures in this inspiring book. Step-by-step instructions with visuals for each fold make origami accessible and fun. As they craft, readers will learn fascinating facts about each mammal. This peaceful art form helps readers retain information and gets them excited about learning. Fun and informative, this unique mix of origami projects and important life science topics is a must-have for any library.
Author: Cindy Ng
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Shows crafters how to fold outside the box. This title features twenty-five funky designs that are suitable for those who love fashion and folding. It includes: little shoes; purses; clothing; adorable animals; valentine hearts; and fortune-tellers. Each project comes with step-by-step directions and preprinted origami papers to tear out and fold.
Author: Fernando Gilgado Gomez
Publisher: Collins & Brown
The most phenomenal discovery of our time becomes the greatest adventure of all time. Now you can create your very own Jurassic Park in the comfort of your home! Dinosaur Origami is a delightful and amusing collection of origami dinosaurs that will appeal to children and adults alike. Prehistoric favourites include a brooding Brontosaurus, a feisty triceratops and a ravaging Pterosauria. A menacing T-Rex would impress the most discerning pint-sized Paleontologist. A brief profile accompanies each project to make the learning process fun and easy whilst thorough step-by-step instructions guide through the fold process from start to finish. In addition to dinosaurs, other projects in the book include ancient palm trees, Neanderthal Man, a volcano and fire. For those new to origami, a section about paper and folding symbols make the process a breeze. A classification chart and dateline will keep you current and on top of your dinotrivia, handy origami sheets at the back of the book means you have everything you need at your finger tips. With a bounty of fun-loving projects and vibrant photographs, the projects are not just folded forces of nature, but origami favourites which are destined classics. Suffice to say, it's dino-mite!
Author: Carmen Falcone
Publisher: Entangled: Indulgence
Passion was never in the bargain Addison Reed lost her fiancé, but she'll do whatever it takes to protect his legacy. When the gorgeous and arrogant landowner, Brazilian billionaire Bruno Duarte, who is thwarting her at every turn, refuses to meet with her, she puts her plan into action. He will listen to her. Bruno's plan was simple: return to Brazil and marry to fulfill his father's dying wish. But when his engagement crumbles, and he's then stranded with an idealistic woman hell-bent on saving a tribe of people on his land, he sees the perfect solution. If his feisty and passionate abductor agrees to a bogus marriage, he'll relocate the tribe. With the Brazilian heat rivaling the growing heat of their desire, will Bruno and Addison abandon their respective plans and give in to each other, or will their differences tear them apart?
Author: EMMA MARTINEZ
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
This landmark historical text delivers the goods promised in its title. It does not address flamenco dance whatsoever, focusing instead on flamenco song forms with a special chapter devoted to the role of the guitar. Includes Spanish lyrics for dozens of flamenco songs along with English translations and interpretive notes, a glossary of flamenco terminology, plus a recommended bibliography and discography are also provided. Informal in its demeanor, this carefully researched, insightful book will help you develop a deeper appreciation for the flamboyant art of flamenco.
Author: Jean-Charles Trebbi, Guillaume Bounoure, Chloé Genevaux
Drawing on examples from nature, this second volume focuses on folders know how applied to design, decoration and architecture."
Author: Monica Rausch
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
Describes the impact of the Ford Model T automobile and the assembly line that built it on the automotive industry and American society, and recounts the life and career of their inventor, Henry Ford.
Author: Disney Enterprises Inc, Ronald Kidd
When Piglet is too afraid to sleep, Owl introduces him and Pooh to some of the creatures and sounds of the night world.
Author: Daniel Goldberg, Linus Larsson
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
Three years ago, 32-year-old Markus "Notch" Persson of Stockholm was an unknown and bored computer programmer. Today, he is a multi-millionaire international icon. Minecraft, the "virtual Lego" game Markus crafted in his free time, has become one of the most talked about activities since Tetris. Talked about by tens of millions of people, in fact. It is the story of unlikely success, fast money, and the power of digital technology to rattle an empire. And it is about creation, exclusion, and the feeling of not fitting in. Here Markus opens up for the first time about his life. About his old Lego-filled desk at school. About the first computer his father brought home one day. But also about growing up in a family marked by drug abuse and conflict. But above all it is the story of the fine line between seeming misfit and creative madman, and the birth of a tech visionary. Minecraft: The Unlikely Tale of Markus "Notch" Persson and the Game that Changed Everything is a Cinderella story for the Internet age.