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  • Author:
    Bill Cochrane
  • ISBN:
    071346920X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0713469202
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  • Publisher:
    B T Batsford Ltd; 1st Ed. edition (February 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
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    Transportation
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This is a practical guide to making and flying a wide range of box kites, from simple to complex designs.

This is a practical guide to making and flying a wide range of box kites, from simple to complex designs. The book includes 18 individual projects as well as a history of the box kite and a section on materials used in their construction.

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This is a bibliography of works on the subject of kites (tethered aircraft). The bibliography contains works on the history of, flying of, construction of, scientific use of and fiction about kites. A Kite Journey Through India by Tal Streeter. 2008 Mini Kite-A-Day Box Calendar by Jeff Cole, Wayne Hosking. Asian Kites: Asian Arts & Crafts for Creative Kids by Wayne Hosking (2005). The Art of the Japanese Kite (1974) by Tal Streeter. Art That Flies (1991) Dayton Art Institute.

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How Do Box Kites Fly? Computer drawing of a box kite showing the bridle, frame and surface covering. Learn how to make soft kites, from nothing more than plastic bags and packing tape. Only sound and well-tested designs here. Learn how to build a Sled kite in a few easy steps!

How Do Box Kites Fly? Computer drawing of a box kite showing the bridle, frame and surface covering. Although the shape may seem unconventional, box kites are easy to make with a few inexpensive materials. Free Box Kite pattern from NASA! How to Make Box Kites (7 Steps) eHow. Kite Surf Go Fly A Kite Kite Building Kites Craft Kite Making Kite Designs Paper Plane Gliders Wood Crafts. Learn how to build a Sled kite in a few easy steps!

People have been making and flying kites for about 2,000 years. No one knows for sure who invented the kite. Some historians believe it the ancient Chinese may have started kite flying 2000 years ago.

People have been making and flying kites for about 2,000 years. It is still a popular hobby in China, Japan and Korea and in other countries of the Far East where beautifully decorated appear in different colors. In China there is even a special Kites Day on which children and adults fly kites. In Japan families fly fish kites on Children's Day, May5th. Simple kites are made by crossing two sticks and covering them with paper or cloth

This is a practical guide to making and flying a wide range of box kites, from simple to complex designs. The book includes 18 individual projects as well as a history of the box kite and a section on materials used in their construction. A chapter on the history and development of the box kite, including its use as a man-lifter and for meteorological research is followed by an examination of box-kite construction and flying techniques in a variety of wind conditions. A chapter on traditional and modern materials is also included. The main section of the book consists of 18 individual projects ranging from simple designs to more complex pieces, including several Cody kites, tetrahedrons and other multi-faceted kites.