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September 23, 2014

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Ann Schwartz

Thank you for this article! It is encouraging news to me in particular, since I make paper puzzles called flexagons. The fortune telling paper toy that you remember (I made them, too) is a distant cousin of them. BTW, when I was a kid, my schoolmates and I made long paper chains out of gum wrappers, which I still know how to do...some things you just don't forget. Thanks again for letting me know there's still a place for simplicity in children's lives.

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