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For over 700 years, authors and publishers have been creating books with moving parts. Today, pop-up books are cherished and collected by young and old alike. We asked our booksellers to tell us about their special pop-up books. From Snow White to the Kama Sutra, here are their picks.
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2003. Sabuda's stunning creation of a childhood classic.
1934. Blackbirds from a pie, Humpty Dumpty's fall, and Mother Goose
herself are mobilized in this pop-up.
Roaring Twenties: A Spicy Pop-Up Book for Adults Only
1984. Hang on to your hats and spats, for here is the book that reveals
all - with passionate pop-ups, amorous pull-tabs and explicit action
mechanics. Sensuously illustrated in the style of the times, this book
is a spicy pop-up book for adults only. Paper engineering by Rodger
Smith & Dick Dudley.
Two pages of pop-up excerpts from the Kama Sutra in center... a rather
remarkable and unusual item.
The Naughty Nineties: A Saucy Pop-Up Book for Adults Only
on the Moon: The Story of the Apollo Moon Landings
1997. The book wraps around itself, creating an interesting castle-type
home of multiple rooms. Paintings and other artwork are parodied throughout
the dwelling. In the bathroom Michelangelo's David is shaving while
Botticelli's Venus is in the shower. Munch's "Screamer" awakens
in the bedroom. Vermeer is painting-by-numbers in the attic. It even
includes a miniature guidebook to explain all 56 pieces of artwork.
This is a great coffee table book and makes a wonderful gift for any
person connected to the art world.
Olympics: Amazing Facts and Record Breakers
Full of facts and records, this pop-up book aims to bring more that
25 Olympic events to life. Pull the tabs, turn the wheels and sprinters
run, vaulters leap, divers spin, gymnasts swing, canoeists paddle, and
there's a gold medal to wear too.