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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 I. BACKGROUND:
 1. What is Modular Origami?
 2. What is the connection between modular origami and polyhedra?
 3. What is a polyhedron?
 4. What are the Platonic Solids?
 5. Short history of the Platonic Solids and Connections with math, science and art
 6. References, Links and Origami Societies
 II. MAKING THE MODELS:
 1. Definitions of Symbols
 2. Waterbomb or Triangle Base
 3. Triangles
 4. Hexagons
 III. CUBES:
 1. The Jackson Cube
 2. The Sonobe Cube
 3. The Tile Cube
 4. Lewis SimonBennett Arnstein Cube with Windows
 IV. TETRAHEDRA:
 1. Simple chain of four equilateral triangles from a square
 2. Equilateral triangle from a hexagon
 3. Equilateral triangle edge module
 V. OCTAHEDRA:
 1. Bob Neale's octahedron 6piece octahedron skeleton
 2. Lewis Simon's original 2piece Gyroscope module from a square
 3. Equilateral triangle module from a hexagon
 4. Equilateral triangle edge module
 VI. DODECAHEDRA:
 1. Bob NealeLewis Simon 108 degree module
 2. Lewis Simon's 2piece Gyroscope module from a triangle
 3. Simon and Gurkewitz Dimpled Dodecahedron
 VII. ICOSAHEDRA:
 1. Equilateral triangle module from a hexagon
 2. Equilateral triangle edge module

Title: Beginner's Book of Modular Origami Polyhedra: The Platonic Solids
Author: Bennett Arnstein, Rona Gurkewitz
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2008
Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, NY
Language: English
Page Count: 60
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 0486461726
SUMMARY When I think polyhedra, I envision dice(because I play a lot of games that require polyhedra dice). This is the perfect book to get anyone started on modular origami. As with most, the modules(or units) are pretty simple folds  it's the assembly that can get tricky. This book has simple enough polyhedra that a novice can work them out.
