No fantasy is too weird. Little boy takes flight on his paper aeroplane, “Paper plane paper plane, take me to the clouds.” Along the journey, he meets new friends who want to fly too but are challenged by disapproving voices. Little boy goes ahead with the journey, sadly, there comes a time when paper plane can no longer fly... ...
I just can't imagine me without you... It's the mid-1990s, and fifteen year-old Guernsey schoolgirls, Renée and Flo, are not really meant to be friends. Thoughtful, introspective and studious Flo couldn't be more different to ambitious, extroverted and sexually curious Renée. But Renée and Flo are united by loneliness and their dysfunctional families, and an intense bond is formed. Although there are obstacles to their friendship (namely Flo's jealous ex-best friend and Renée's growing infatuation with Flo's brother), fifteen is an age where anything can happen, where life stretches out before you, and when every betrayal feels like the end of the world. For Renée and Flo it is the time of their lives. With graphic content and some scenes of a sexual nature, PAPER AEROPLANES is a gritty, poignant, often laugh-out-loud funny and powerful novel. It is an unforgettable snapshot of small-town adolescence and the heart-stopping power of female friendship.
When Simon Armitage burst on to the poetry scene in 1989 with his spectacular debut Zoom!, readers were introduced to an exceptional new talent who would reshape the landscape of contemporary poetry in the years to come. Now, twenty-five years on, Simon Armitage's reputation as one of the nation's most original, most respected and best-loved poets seems secure. Paper Aeroplane: Poems 1989-2014 is the author's own selection from across a quarter-century of work, from his debut to the latest, uncollected work. Drawing upon all of his award-winning poetry collections, including Kid, Book of Matches, The Universal Home Doctor and Seeing Stars, this generous selection provides an essential gathering of this most thrilling of poets, and is key reading for students and general readers alike.
A practical step-by-step guide to creating and flying 25 amazing paper planes. Whether you fly them indoors or outdoors, the pleasure of building and flying a paper plane appeals to all ages. Paper Planes contains everything you need to know about how to fold and fly a squadron of custom-designed paper aircraft. Learn how to perform loops, dives and other stunts and get to know your drag from your lift with this fantastic guide. Featuring 25 designs, each project is laid out with clear step-by-step diagrams. Learn how to make a variety of aircraft including stunt planes, jet fighters, basic gliders and even a helicopter with this easy-to-use book. Suitable for everyone including children, it also makes a perfect Father’s Day present.
Rene and Flo are the most unlikely of friends. Introspective Flo and outspoken Rene have barely spoken in their years of going to school together in Guernsey, a small British island off the coast of France. And yet, when tragedy strikes, it is only wild child Rene, who lost her mother at a young age, who is able to comfort a grieving Flo.
A guide to make simple aeroplanes by folding paper. Beginning with techniques of flying, it goes on to give detailed instructions on how to make eight different models.
Provides designs and directions for making and flying forty model aiplanes, from simple darts and gliders to a stunt plane that can do loop-the-loops.
Presents information on aerodynamic principles and flying techniques along with instructions for making twelve different paper airplanes.
Provides instructions for making a variety of paper airplanes.
Superflyer Paper Planes is your comprehensive guide to building the perfect paper plane. Whether you're young or young at heart, there's nothing quite like the thrill of seeing a carefully crafted piece of paper sailing through the air. You'll be astounded as your planes fly faster, higher and linger with these amazing designs. Containing clear, step-by-step instructions on how to create a variety of tried-and-true classics and over 40 new and original designs, this book will provide hours of rewarding fun. Beginning with simple planes, the book then moves through more advanced designs including flying creatures and origami planes. Written by Dean Mackey, the curator of The Online Paper Airplane Museum, Superflyer Paper Planes is suitable for beginners and enthusiasts alike. With no cutting, taping or gluing required, just grab some paper and you're ready to fly!
"More than 30 original planes from international origami designers"--Front cover.
Diagrams show how to fold a simple piece of paper into basic and sophisticated aerodynamic gliders
It's a year and a half on from 'Paper Aeroplanes', and Renee is now living idyllically with her Auntie Jo. They even have geese, and Renee likes to sit and watch them, wondering if she'll ever find 'the one' - someone who will love her no matter what, and be there for her no matter how bad things get. She and Flo are in their final year at school, and they've got some tough choices to make - like will they go to university? And if so where - and will they go together? Renee's usual ambivalence on the matter shocks Flo, who had assumed they'd continue as they were, the best and closest of friends, forever. She feels as though she needs Renee's support more than ever, so when a handsome young boy enters Flo's life, she finds herself powerfully drawn to his kindness, and his faith.
Following on the success of 100 paper planes, this title features new planes based on four different layouts, each decorated with its own unique colours, motifs and patterns - ranging from Aztec prints to fighting tigers to sci fi. It features clear and concise instructions on how to fold and throw the planes.
The third book in the acclaimed series featuring Naval Lieutenant Otto Prohaska in the waning years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Summer 1916 and, as luck would have it, Otto is assigned to the nascent, unreliable and utterly frightening Imperial and Royal Austro-Hungarian Flying Service. On the ground the rickety Habsburg Empire begins to crumble before the onslaught of WWI, while in the air Otto confronts a series of misadventures and the winds of change.
"I can't let the public know my bride is missing. I need someone else. You." To protect his throne, Sheikh Aziz al Bakhir needs someone trustworthy to temporarily impersonate his missing fiancée. So the legendary lothario of Europe demands that his housekeeper, Olivia Ellis, fulfill the role! Olivia thought Kadar was the perfect place to hide, but the sheikh's command leaves her open to global scrutiny. Even that would be easier to bear than his intense silver gaze! As ruthless as his desert ancestry, Aziz crashes through her reluctance, and Olivia soon finds herself playing his queen in public…and his lover in bed!

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