Up and up they go, watch the family of acrobats balance on top of each other to create a magnificent show This charming, collectable pop-up teaches valuable counting skills and the joys of working as a team. As you turn the pages, count not one but ten characters balance one on top of the other, creating ever more daring shapes. This beautifully crafted book draws the reader into the magical world of the acrobats, whilst stimulating the imaginations of children and adults alike.
The timeless charm of old-style wooden toys emerges from every page of this paper pop-up. Simple shapes and vivid colors bring classic toys such as the red fire truck, the baby bassinet, and the farmer's tractor to life. Through the voice of a young child full of imagination, each toy is given a storyline. At the end of the day, the child bids goodnight to all the toys scattered across the bedroom, promising to pick them up tomorrow. G rard Lo Monaco's talent with paper is used to create an ingenious three-dimensional world of toys presented through endearing vignettes dreamt up by a child's creative mind. Lively onomatopoeias add playfulness to every page, making it fun to read this pop-up book aloud while turning its pages.
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.
Shakespeare's world comes alive in the elaborate pop-up illustrations and fascinating text of this historically accurate portrait of the world's most famous dramatist. "All the World's a Stage" invites readers to step inside the life of 16th-century England's most luminous playwright and to discover how he got his start in the theater, how he came to London and later escaped the spreading plague, and how he evolved from an actor into the house playwright of the famous Globe Theater. Shakespeare is everywhere these days-from hit movies to best-selling scholarly studies-and this entertaining look at his life offers a perfect way for readers of any age to get better acquainted with the master of the Elizabethan stage.
Bow Wow Wow Costumed dogs tote goodie pails through the neighborhood as they do tricks to earn treats on Halloween. How are the pups and dogs dressed? As a bee, a hot dog, a vampire, a mummy, and more Dog lovers will howl with delight as they join in the HOWLOWEEN fun, with pop-ups, pull tabs, and moving parts on every crazy canine spread.
Young readers are introduced to adjectives like big, bigger, and biggest; far, farther, and farthest; high, higher, and highest. The brightly colored fold-out illustrations make each concept easy to understand: by unfolding the page, you can see a tall building get even taller, and then become the tallest one in the whole city
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.