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Let’s Make it Pop-Up
David A. Carter and James R. Diaz
Non-Fiction Craft Book
Ages 4 to 10
Simon and Schuster, 2004, 0-689-86508-2
  Highly collectible and wonderful to look at, pop-up books have always been popular with readers of all ages. Now you have the chance to make a pop-up creation of your own. In all there are eight projects to make with detailed directions on how to go about it. For each project annotated photographs show the project in three stages to help the reader see how the gluing, folding, and arranging needs to be done to make the pop-up work correctly. In addition there is an example of the completed project which can be examined to see what the end result should look like.
  Best of all perhaps, the book has an envelope in the back which contains everything the reader will need to make the projects in the book except a bottle of glue. The authors have also included a glossary of the pop-up terms that are used in the book and an invitation to visit a pop-up website.

Lets Make it Pop-up


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