|There's a few things you should know about this book: |
First, all the boxes (the lids) are made with 2, 4 or 6 sheets of square paper (need another 2, 4, or 6 sheets for the base of box). Each sheet is folded into a "unit" or "module" and then the units are joined together without glue or tape. This kind of origami is called modular origami and is becoming more and more popular.
Second, the units are all very easy to fold except the last part which converts the flat sheet into a 3 dimensional piece. This transformation is not hard if you think about how parts of the paper can be lifted to form the walls of the box.
Start with the easier models at the beginning of the book and then progress to the harder models at the end of the book. Once you've figured out how to do a few, the others will be easy.
The instructions to make the boxes are almost exclusively based on diagrams with dashed & dotted lines and arrows. The diagrams are black & white, but the book does show the finished boxes in color photos.