Pop-Up London by Jennie Maizels

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Explore some of London's most famous sites in an engrossing novelty book.

Welcome to the great city of London! Are you ready for your tour? Open this inviting, large-format book and follow the river Thames as it winds through the heart of the celebrated capital. Peer inside Buckingham Palace, spin the London Eye, whisper in Saint Paul’s Cathedral gallery, and raise the historic Tower Bridge. Lift the flaps, and you’ll find famous faces, spooky stories, and surprising secrets. Turn the book around to look inside buildings and find out even more. Be inspired by the magic of London in three dimensions.
 

About Jennie Maizels

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Jennie Maizels is the author-illustrator of numerous books for children, including Jennie Maizels' Things to Do Book. She lives in England.
 
Published October 1, 2011 by Walker & Company. 12 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Sports & Outdoors, Travel, Children's Books.

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The Amazing Pop-Up Grammar Book ($16.99;

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This unusual approach to explaining punctuation uses pop-up scenes, flaps, tabs and other features of paper engineering to bring some pizzazz to an often dull subject.

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Glued flaps on every spread lift to reveal introductory comments and one-sentence introductions to famous Londoners of (mostly) the past, while small images of taxis, corgis, Trafalgar Square pigeons and Union Jacks add dashes of local color.

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Outfitted with a lavish complement of hinged paper doors and pull-tabs, this remarkable primer puts razzle-dazzle paper engineering in the service of a typically dry subject, the parts of speech.

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