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The Movable Mother Goose (mother Goose Pop-up)

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Movable Mother Goose
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Movable Mother Goose is the right book. Written by Robert Sabuda and the publisher is Little Simon. It went on sale on the 1st of October, 1999. The child's book is for ages 36 months and up and is concerning Toy and movable books and it is viewed as outstanding specimens. In the Dewey Decimal System number is PZ8.3.M85 Mov 1999. This is the 1st ed. has 12 pages and it is made up of colorfully illustrated pages. The children's book is 10.51" Height x 7.48" Length x 1.3" Width and weighs only 1.04 lbs, add to cart by selecting the hyperlink below.

Little Simon

MPN: 9780689811920
ISBN: 0689811926
Author: Robert Sabuda

This elaborate pop-up book adds a spectacular twist to Mother Goose's well-loved rhymes.) get carried away with his engineering feats. In"Jack Be Nimble,"for example, the fellow leaping lithely over a candlestick is none other than a grasshopper. At his worst, he creates slightly bewildering beings, such as the star-shaped Jill in"Jack and Jill"tumbling down a mysterious edifice. And the Man in the Moon is noticed from a startling perspective: he has decidedly alien capabilities! Sabuda's quirky take on traditional rhymes, combined with his fantastic folding, moving, spinning paper sculptures, will have pop-up fanciers and Mother Goose devotees clamoring for more. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter Attributing animal personalities to nursery-rhyme characters, he surprises young readers time and again. Sturdier than most pop-ups, these three-dimensional constructions are nonetheless vulnerable to tiny grabbing hands. He could occasionally (and understandably--what a fun job! Paper artist Robert Sabuda, preeminent patriarch of modern pop-up engineering, brings but an additional explosion of motion and color to his latest masterpiece. At his best, Sabuda creates breathtaking displays of pop-up craftsmanship, as in the"four and twenty blackbirds"bursting rowdily out of a pie, mirrored sunglasses on each one.


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