Flip the mix-and-match flaps to come up with fun combinations that put a new twist on dinos Every spread features lively art, nonfiction rhyming text under die-cut flaps, and hugely satisfying pop-ups that form the dinosaurs' mouths.
Mr. Bird thinks his nest is the best in the world--until Mrs. Bird tells him it's all wrong. Adapted from P. D. Eastman's classic The Best Nest, simple and sturdy flaps, wheels, and slide tabs bring Mr. and Mrs. Bird's quest for "the best nest" to life when their "mailbox-nest" gets a delivery, their "church-bell" nest cling-clangs, and a storm blows them into the best nest of all. And you can guess which one that is
A stylish new edition of the classic children's story is brought to live by incredible new illustrations which introduce you to familiar and lovable characters such as Lion and Tin Man as you join Dorothy and Toto on their journey to visit The Wizard of Oz. Dorothy lives on a farm in Kansas with her aunt and uncle and her little dog Toto. Suddenly, a violent storm transports Dorothy to the land of Oz. Her only means of getting home is to follow the famous yellow brick road to meet with the famous wizard. Along the way, she makes new friends and encounters both good fortune and danger. The original book was first published in 1900, and this new edition has a text specially adapted for younger readers which captures the excitement and drama in way that is accessible, easy to follow. The perfect introduction to the classic story for a new generation.
Watch the dancers as they leap, spin and kick their way through this beautiful pop-up book. Inspired by the eccentric and innovative Bauhaus Triadic Ballet, this gorgeous book explores colours, shapes, patterns and movements in a visually stunning and enthralling way. With interactive elements let the reader meet the characters, make them move, and bring their performance to life.With bold artwork rendered in Lesley Barnes' striking style and playful text by Gabby Dawnay, this special pop-up book is a beautiful, unique gift book that will delight children and adults alike. For fans of Bauhaus Ballet by German Modernist painter Oskar Schlemmer and perfect for children Reviews Writer Gabby Dawnay and illustrator Lesley Barnes have produced a scintillating thing using geometric patterns, restrained colours and cunning paper engineering. Chunks of sparse text loop around the images, mimicking the shifting steps of a dance. - Financial Times If you have somebody in your life that likes Bauhaus or design and architecture in general, this book will instill a great deal of joy. Fans of pop-up books and papercraft will love it too. It really is beautiful to behold and a great jumping-off point for discovering more about the influential Bauhaus style.' - GeekDads 'Possibly the greatest gift ever for the design-led loved ones in your life'- Actual Size Magazine
Robert Sabuda has created a resplendent pop-up version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the original publication. This glorious edition is told in a shorter version of L. Frank Baum's original text, with artwork in the style of W. W. Denslow. With sparkling touches of colored foil and Emerald City eyeglasses, this classic tale is certain to find an honored place on the family bookshelf.
Whimsical watercolors illustrate a comical, cumulative tale of an amorous mouse who aims impossibly high -- and learns that you're never too little (or too big) to love.
Tiny Too-Little loves someone who's very, very tall, and Tiny wants a kiss. What if he stands on his tiptoes on top of a thimble? What if he stands on his tiptoes on top of a matchbox on top of a thimble? Clever cut-away pages show Tiny's precarious pile growing higher and higher, while the object of his affection stays just out of reach. When the teetering stack finally falls with a crash, will his hopes be dashed? How can a tiny mouse get the kiss he needs?