"For those not familiar with the word Origami, it is an ancient Japanese art
using paper to form animal and human figures, objects, etc.
The word was derived from "ori" and "kami" for paper. Playful and
entertaining as a form of manual arts, it is enjoyed worldwide by children and
adults. Over the years, many pictorial books have been published showing in
detail how to easily create a boat, hat or shirt, as well as the more intricate
figures such as birds, insects and many other animals or objects. A Web search
for Origami will yield several sites with instructional videos featuring this
ancient but not forgotten art. I could go on and on discussing this famous
paper- folding act, but this book was not designed to teach the popular Origami
techniques; its purpose, rather, is to tell a story - the tale of two loving
paper birds". (The book can be purchased in paperback or Kindle format in Amazon
-preview available- and other sales channels).