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Manorama Jafa's My Mother Taught Me Origami, published by Ratna Sagar, uniquely combines story as well as craft activity in a seamless manner. It is the story of little Niko, a girl of Indo-Japanese origin, who lives with her sister Minu, her Indian father, and Japanese mother. The book narrates how Niko's mother teaches her and her sister the art of basic Origami. Jafa's story is accompanied by Konomi Hoshina's illustrations, along with Hitomi Ashta's step-by-step instructions on folding paper to create beautiful Origami. The highlights of the book are: Combination of story and craft activity in one book Full-colour illustrations by Konomi Hoshina Easy-to-follow step-by-step Origami instructions by Hitomi Ashta

Manorama Jafa's My Mother Taught Me Origami, published by Ratna Sagar, uniquely combines story as well as craft activity in a seamless manner. It is the story of little Niko, a girl of Indo-Japanese origin, who lives with her sister Minu, her Indian father, and Japanese mother. The book narrates how Niko's mother teaches her and her sister the art of basic Origami. Jafa's story is accompanied by Konomi Hoshina's illustrations, along with Hitomi Ashta's step-by-step instructions on folding paper to create beautiful Origami. The highlights of the book are: Combination of story and craft activity in one book Full-colour illustrations by Konomi Hoshina Easy-to-follow step-by-step Origami instructions by Hitomi Ashta

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