5 Magical Pop-up Books

Literacy, Our Books, The Daily Grind

The Power of the Pop-up

 Pop-up books aren’t just for kids. Although they are excellent tools for encouraging children to read, adults can have fun with these books too. Here is a list of pop-up books that simply must be your’s.

1. Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll & edited by Robert Sabuda

This book is an amazing pop-up experience. It has vibrant visuals, extra interactive slides, and a text that reflects the true Alice in Wonderland story. This book will surely captivate you and your children during story time.

2. ABC3D by Marion Battaille

Not only is this book a simplistic work of art that adults can appreciate, but it is also a book that’s going to capture your children’s attention. These 3D alphabetic images can help your child learn the alphabet. We definitely recommend this book because its just a lot of creative fun

3. Dali Pop-Up by Martin Howard & Courtney Watson McCarthy

This book is for the adults. If you love Salvador Dali, you’re sure to fall in love with this book.

 4. The Dragon & the Knight: A Pop-up Misadventure by Robert Sabuda

As you can tell we’re a fan of Robert Sabuda’s work. This is an excellent, quirky tale of a knight and his dragon breaking the story mold.

5. Haunted House by Jan Pienkowski

Haunted House is oodles of entertaining fun for the whole family. There is a slightly scary surprise on every colorful page and Pienkowski’s quirky art is sure to ensnare your child’s curiosity.

All of these amazing book are on our shelves. Visit Between the Grinds today and we’ll share our favorite pop-ups with you.

What’s your favorite pop-up book?


2 thoughts on “5 Magical Pop-up Books

  1. It’s amazing to see how much hard work and creativity go into making these pop up books! Especially considering how they’re made to fall perfectly flat when turning to the next page or closing the book! From your list ABC3D was probably my favorite. I may look into getting that one for my baby cousins when they start getting into learning the alphabet! A couple of years ago I got this pop up book for Christmas that was all about Star Wars: http://tinyurl.com/pcoh5le – created by Matthew Reinhart and released in 2007. He actually created another one that was released in 2012 that’s just as cool as the first one! They’re definitely worth checking out if you’re a Star Wars fan!!


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