Almost every child has at some time made a kite. But few have ever made a kite with so much a mind of its own as Obstreperous.
Though it was made in the normal way, with sticks and string and paper and rags, it did not fly in anything like a normal way. At first it didn't fly at all because there was no wind. And then when the winds came, it dipped and bounced and created all sorts of problems.
An international treasure from the Australian countryside, 1969's Obstreperous is one of author Ted Greenwood's best-loved children's books. Anthology is pleased to bring it back into print for the first time in generations.
BUY YOUR OWN KITE PAPER TO GO ALONG WITH THIS BOOK:
Small Kite Paper booklet, 6.3” x 6.3” (best for window stars, window transparencies, and other small paper craft)
Medium Kite Paper booklet, 8.3” x 8.3” (best for window stars, paper lanterns, window transparencies and other medium paper craft)
Extra Large Kite Paper, 19.69” x 27.56”: (best for kite making and other larger paper craft projects)