References


A
  1. Origami Therapy in  New York                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ....................     Origami Therapy by Toshiko Kobayashi

  2. Mindfulness          Why folding-paper is the new mindfulness-------Irish Independent 

  3. Origami for Mindfulness          Origami for Mindfulness – Body and soul - by Rosie King

  4. Stress relief      Origami - the new frontier in stress relief

  5.  Folding a crane - a test for surgical students      Folding a 5 mm crane in 15 minutes




B
  1. Joseph Wu described  how creativity in origami has helped him cope http://creativemornings.com/quotes/219

  2. Education    http://www.israel21c.org/israeli-origami-lover-transforms-paper-folding-into-education/

  3. Strangers on the Western Front ---  Chinese Workers in the Great War Xu Guoqi  -Harvard University Press 2011

  4. Origami connects Israeli and Palestinian children



1. "Origami in special education"  published by  Israeli Origami Centre 



D
  1. Britannica 1995 - Vol. 9 p.127
  2. Children's Britannica 1990 - Vol 13 p.147, 148
  3. The World Book 1992 - Vol 14 p.497
  4. The New Book of Knowledge 1968 - Vol. 14 p.222 (Grolier Ltd)
  5. The East and West of Origami by Edward Crankshaw 1997

  6. Complete Origami by Eric Kenneway 1987 (St. Martin's Griffin)
  7. Origami - from Angelfish to Zen by Peter Engel 1989 (Dover)
  8. Discover origami by Rick Beech 1995 (Hamlyn)
  9. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Origami in Education and Therapy (COET) 1991 -- Edited by John Smith---Published by the British Origami Society 1992
  10. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Origami in Education and Therapy (COET) 1995 -- Edited by V'Ann Cornelius---Published by the Origami USA 1995
  11. A Bibliography of Origami in Education and Therapy ---by John S.Smith 1998

  12. Step-By-Step Origami by Paul Jackson 1995 (Anness)
  13. The Joy of Origami by Toshie Tamahama 1985 (Shufunotomo, Japan)
  14. Origami Omnibus by Kunihiko Kasahara 1988 (Japan Publication, Tokyo.NewYork)
  15. Origami Museum - Animals by Akira Yoshizawa 1987 (Kamakura Shobo, Tokyo)
  16. Make it with paper by Paul Jackson & Vivien Frank 1992 (Wellfleet Press, New Jersey)

  17. Step-By-Step Origami by Steve & Megumi Biddle 1991 (Angus & Robertson, Australia)
  18. Planet Origami by Steve & Megumi Biddle 1998 (Red Fox, London)
  19. Origami Boxes by Tomoko Fuse 1989 (Chikuma Shobo Publishing , Japan)
  20. The Amazing book of Origami by Jon Tremaine 1994 (Bramley Books,UK)

E

  1. The Famous, the Infamous, the Literary and Paperfolding by David Lister 1993 (FOLD Magazine)
  2. Paper Pandas and Jumping Frogs by Florence Temko 1986 (China Books,USA)  ISBN 0-8351-1770-7
  3. Mental Fitness : a Guide to Emotional Health by Merrill F Raber,Ph.D & George Dyck, M.D. (Crisps Pub, California)
  4. Children of the Paper Crane by Masamoto Nasu (Eastern Gate Book ISBN 0-87332-715-2)
  5. Sadako By Eleanor Coerr (G. P. Putman's Sons, New York ISBN 0-399-21771-1)






Acknowledgements

Special thanks to all who offered valuable encouragement  while this website was under construction in 1999:
David Lister,  John Smith,  Joseph Wu,  Florence Temko, Richard Poon, Joel stern

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