pop-up book


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Noun1.pop-up book - a book (usually for children) that contains one or more pages such that a three-dimensional structure rises up when a page is opened
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
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* Have you ever read a pop-up book? If so, what was it about?
One of my trickiest tasks during the seemingly endless train of primary school projects was to make a pop-up book. Can you believe it?!
This is a beautifully constructed pop-up book which explores seven basic inventions and their development through the ages.
The authorised sequel to AA Milne''s original Winnie-the-Pooh stories, Flanimals Pop-Up, by Ricky Gervais, pounds 14.99 (Walker) The world of Flanimals, madcap creation of comedian and actor Ricky Gervais, is perfectly realised in this lavish pop-up book. From Flanimal evolution and behaviour to Flanimals of the air and of the deep, all aspects of Flanimal life are open to exploration through huge pop-ups and intricate flaps.
Crafting a pop-up book can be something as entertaining to a child as it is to an adult.
Events for children of all ages will run throughout April and will also include story parties, puppet demonstrations and pop-up book workshops.
This is his first pop-up book for six years and it is well worth the wait.
If you're looking for a high-quality pop-up book, look no further than the medieval 3-dimensional castle in CASTLE, which holds more than a dozen pop-ups to accompany facts about medieval times and life.
THE POP-UP BOOK OF PHOBIAS Text, Gary Greenberg; pictures, Balvis Rubess, pop-ups, Matthew Reinhart (Rob Weisbach, $24.95)
We often read the children a storybook with colorful illustrations and then show them a pop-up book of the same genre or title.
This intriguing pop-up book retraces the development of the rocket which propelled the Apollo, the planned mission, from blast off to back home, examines the Moon itself and the various landing sites that were considered, and the astronauts who performed the miracle: Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins.
making a pop-up book. I have come close to killing a number of people already this week in an effort to get it finished by yesterday, which was when it was due in.