Star Wars Folded Flyers: Make 30 Paper Starfighters (Paperback)
You can fold Star Wars(R) flyers that speed through the living room as well as they do through outer space. Each of the six Starfighter designs has been rigorously tested by the Klutz Aerodynamics Team, and they look as great as they fly because they're made from full-color, custom-designed papers that are authentic to the last bolt. And each paper is specially coded to make folding easy. Designs include a Jedi Starfighter, Darth Vader's Tie-fighter, and the Millennium Falcon itself. With five copies of each of the six designs (that's 30 paper flyers in all) you can have a fleet of Y-wings and X-wings at your command.
Comes with: 60 page book, plus 40 sheets of custom-designed paper, tape, 6 foldable display stands.
About the Author
Pat Murphy has won numerous awards for her thoughtful, literary science fiction and fantasy writing, including two Nebula Awards, the Philip K. Dick Award, the World Fantasy Award, the Seiun Award, and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. She has published eight novels and many short stories. Her works include "Rachel in Love"; "The Falling Woman"; "The City", "Not Long After"; "Nadya"; and "Adventures in Time and Space with Max Merriwell", a novel that "Publishers Weekly" called the "cerebral equivalent of a roller-coaster ride." Her children's novel, "The Wild Girls", received a Christopher Award in 2008.In addition to writing fiction, Pat writes about science for children and adults. She has authored three science books for adults and more than fifteen science activity books for children. Her science writings have been honored with the American Institute of Physics Science Communication Award, the Science Books and Films Prize for Excellence in Science Books, the Pirelli INTERNETional Award for environmental publishing, and an award from "Good Housekeeping".In 1991, with writer Karen Fowler, Pat cofounded the James Tiptree, Jr. Award, an annual literary prize for science fiction or fantasy that expands or explores our understanding of gender roles. This award is funded by grassroots efforts that include auctions and bake sales, harnessing the power of chocolate chip cookies in an ongoing effort to change the world.Pat enjoys looking for and making trouble. Her favorite color is ultraviolet. Her favorite book is whichever one she is working on right now.
Benjamin Harper has worked as an editor at Lucasfilm LTD. and DC Comics. He currently works at Warner Bros. Consumer Products in Burbank, California. He has written many books, including Obsessed With Star Wars and Thank You, Superman!