|LC Classifications||QC495.5 .B36 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||95208350|
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11 beautiful pop-up books to bring reading to life in 3D, no technology required by Kate Etue | | Books for Kids | 2 comments Now that my kids are finally all old enough to know better than to rip out the cut-art from a pop-up book as I flip the pages for them, I’ve been looking around to find some new pop-up books to read to them. Pop-Up Peekaboo: Colors ($9) lets babies play their favorite game while being introduced to both books and Country: US. we bought a box of 4 concepts: colours, counting, opposites and up & down. My 22 month old son lovesss these books so much especially COLOURS, he already knows all of the colours in this book plus 7 other colours I've taught him from other sources/5. Pop-up elements add an exciting new dimension to any book (sure wish textbooks had them). If you are looking for a craft to make for a young child you know (or anyone!), you can create your own pop-up book rather simply. All you need is a story, a couple of hours, and a few simple materials%(91).