I have a very small, green kite made from tissue paper with a double tail. It uses cotton for string, is labelled "World's Smallest Kite" and is a classic shape with struts about a millimetre thick. It flies very well in just a puff of wind, and you can keep it in your pocket for those occasions when you have nothing better to do! The address on the pack is:-WsK Branchfield House Ballymote Co Sligo EIRE
I have finished my own white, plastic and bamboo effort with a long, string tail. It flew first time but didn't like the gusty conditions on the roof of the condominium where I live much! I hope to try it someday in smoother conditions.
2002 I also have a small kite with a cobra snake on it which I bought in Thailand and it flew quite well early in 2002 at Sanahm Luang. There were many people flying at the same time which made it a very interesting day. I have also found a supplier of sheet plastic so I won't have to put up with crepe and tissue becoming soggy in the rain puddles. Good luck!