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Favourite Pop-Up Books - The B&N Kids Blog
One pop-up notebook can make the child into just about any grownup, and children who like to be touched and felt (and grasp, and pinch) everything they find compelling. Pop-ups have developed from a humble form of artistic expression into a sophisticated field in which the engineering talent of the papermaking world must work in perfect balance with printer, illustrator and writer.
These are some of the most outstanding things that make these books so special - and great for giving away. Antoine de Saint-Exupery's Little PrinceSome of the best pop-ups are recounts of classical tales. When you sighs the sighs of a nostalgic feeling for the film "The Little Prince", which has not yet been released, you can savour a wonderful pop-up copy of this favourite film.
To see the truly small princely man on the top of a big hill jumping out of the notebook somehow makes the moments even more touching. Wild-Oceans, by Lucio and Meera SantoroNonfiction pop-ups are not so widespread, but the size makes complete sense if a 3-D textbook can tell something about the topic, which is more difficult to comprehend in a 2D-like manner, as it is to gaze at all 50 lines of a snipe.
Dinosaur, by Robert Sabuda and Matthew ReinhartRobert Sabuda is the champion of pop-ups. When you find aohhing over and over a pop-up pop-up movie, odds are it's a sabuda. Long dead duinosaurs come to life in this volume, carry their own dentures and go to heaven. There are no savings on specifics.
Pop-ups within pop-ups and pop-ups on small screens expand into a dramatically bigger scenery than the actual one. A Red Dot, by David A. CarterMost pop-up books are for older children - or even grown-ups. And his books are full of imaginative suprises. It is a truly engaging and memorable work.
This is a great adventure if you like your pop-up with a little bit of pops. It is presented by a three-dimensional Puff game! Meanwhile, you probably want to make your own pop-up, which is the only sensible thing to do after recording all this astonishing fun.
You will be introduced to the fundamentals by Ruth Wickings and Frances Castle's Pop-Up. Overcome by the thought of making an entire work? Which are your favourite pop-up books?