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Pop-Up: Everything You Need to Create Your Own Pop-Up Bookby Frances Castle and Ruth Wickings
Unfold the mystery behind pop-up books. This guide contains everything you need to construct your own pop-up book, including basic folds, techniques, and hands-on examples. No scissors or glue needed because all the pieces are press-out and self-adhesive.
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Want to make a pop-up book? Heres everything you need to assemble four amazing 3-D creations—plus a behind-the-scenes guide to key techniques.
Do you delight in seeing an ingenious pop-up "pop" but feel utterly daunted at the thought of making one yourself? Get your hands on this all-in-one guide and kit, combining the simplest of instructions and the coolest of components for creating a pop-up dragon, castle, jungle scenario, and Frankenstein scene. Theres no need for scissors or glue, thanks to press-out, pre-scored, peel-off sticky-back pieces. And for those inspired to learn more, theres also a guide to basic folds and techniques—plus a sample pop-up robot showing how those techniques may be used. The kits eye-popping features include a roaring dragon, a medieval castle, Frankensteins laboratory, and a jungle scene full of animals for you to assemble.
"Here's a pop-up book to rival Kramer's coffee-table book about coffee-table books. First outlining the basic building blocks of pop-up engineering (types of folds, mechanics like noisemakers and spirals), the book then uses the example of a pop-up robot to demonstrate how such components work together. The remaining sections offer four illustrated scenes, into which punch-out pop-up elements can be incorporated. Detailed directions show how to attach a dragon's pop-up head onto its body; erect a medieval castle; insert Frankenstein's monster into the lab; and create a pop-up jungle. Completing the pop-ups will be tricky for younger readers (the difficulty level increases with each project) but the end result should be as gratifying as it is illuminating. Ages 7 — up. (Oct.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright PWyxz LLC)
This volume includes everything kids need to assemble their own four amazing 3-D creations. There's no need for scissors or glue, thanks to press-out, pre-scored, peel-off sticky-back pieces. Full color. Consumable.
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