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Artists use many tools to tell stories, share information, or captivate readers. Sometimes artists provide an entirely new look for familiar tales, allowing readers — or viewers — to see familiar things in an entirely fresh way. Robert Sabuda is not only an accomplished artist in the more traditional "two-dimensional world," but he has also perfected paper engineering to allow books to literally pop off of the pages, sure to engage the story-lover, art aficionado, and the "builder" in all readers!
From a single partridge in a pear tree to 12 lords a leaping, Sabuda creates an entirely new visual interpretation of a well known, cumulative holiday song.
Mouse chefs create delectable sweet treats that pop up and off of colorful pages to astound — and tempt — readers of all ages.
Amazing three-dimensional dinosaurs and dinosaur skeletons combine with information for a truly unique and fascinating glimpse into these long-extinct creatures. Many pages include additional smaller pop-ups.
A companion to Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Dinosaurs, this equally engaging glimpse into ancient sea creatures combines information and stunning paper engineering to present sea life from the Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic eras.
Selected Mother Goose rhymes are freshly illustrated with dazzling pop-ups, presented in this colorful and appealing book.
Ancient Egypt is established before the boy king, who has fascinated so many, begins his reign. Carefully crafted illustrations evoke the time and the place in which King Tutankhamen lived and ruled in traditional two-dimensional illustrations.
The small size of this distinctive book creates a cozy feeling around the joyful celebrations of winter, presented through eye-catching paper engineering and an appreciation of everyday cold weather activities.
Books illustrated by Robert Sabuda
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