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Pop-up and movable books

Ann R. Montanaro

Pop-up and movable books

a bibliography, supplement 1, 1991-1997

by Ann R. Montanaro

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Published by Scarecrow Press in Lanham, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Toy and movable books -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index

    StatementAnn R. Montanaro.
    GenreBibliography
    The Physical Object
    Pagination958 p. ;
    Number of Pages958
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22856960M

    The Movable Book Society. 1, likes talking about this. The Society was organized in to provide a forum for collectors, artists, and producers to 5/5(3). Pop-up and Movable Books () was a pioneering work in the move to document this novel yet ubiquitous format. These fascinating volumes have been a frequent, yet under-scrutinized phenomenon from the Victorian era through to today. This supplement updates the work begun in the publication.

    It builds upon the first volume, indexing books published between and Books are accessible through three indexes: title, date, and series. The first volume should be consulted for titles older than This store specializes in selling and servicing all sorts of movable books; whether you are looking for an addition to your collection or a unique gift, our extensive inventory is sure to hold something to fulfill your needs. Pop-up Bookshop is the first dealer in Holland that exclusively specializes in three-dimensional books. The bookshop has a stock of more than pop-ups, movables.

      I need to make a pop-up/movable book for a school project and I have no idea how to do so!! Not one of those ones where you cut two lines from the middle and press it inwards - that's more like a card. I need to make a really excellent book, with flaps to lift and things to slide out and stuff. PLEASE HELP ME, this is urgent. Thanks so much!! =].   To find more children’s pop-up and movable parts books, please search the library catalog using subject terms like “pop-up book” and “juvenile” or “movable book” and “juvenile.” Carle, Eric. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Pop-Up Book.


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The Movable Book Society, a nonprofit organization, provides a forum for artists, book sellers, book producers, collectors, curators, and others to share enthusiasm and exchange information about pop-up and movable books. Pop-up and Movable Books () was a pioneering work in the move to document this novel yet ubiquitous format.

These fascinating volumes have been a frequent, yet under-scrutinized phenomenon from the Victorian era through to today.

This supplement updates the work begun in the publication. Building upon the first volume, it indexes books Author: Ann R. Montanaro. Browse & Buy: Pop-up books are commonly known as three-dimensional, or 3D, books.

They're also called movable books or even mechanical books. Pop-up and movable books are popular with children and serious collectors alike. Many people believe them to be a fairly recent innovation in book printing, but they. A fascinating look at the history of pop-up books. Some very clever examples, all lovingly hand-crafted by members of the Movable Book Society, along with biographical and historical information.

Pop-up books are not just for kids. And I wouldn't give this one to a kid who would mess it up. This is a collector's item. Truly a beautiful work of art.5/5(1). Like Nister, Giraud’s greatest success came with movable books, but his crowning achievement was producing the Bookano series at affordable prices that would appeal to a mass audience – he pretty much defined the modern children’s pop-up book.

A movable book is a literacy toy where reading words and looking at pictures becomes a game. Also called mechanical books, or toy books, most movable books look like regular books (or codexes) but some of the words and images are presented by mechanical devices such as a flap, tab, slot, wheel and so on.

Although most movable books are designed primarily for children, a significant number of fiction and nonfiction titles are intended for adult readers. Despite Ranging from Victorian picture stories to Disney classics and contemporary works on environmental issues, pop-up and movable books have amused, enlightened, and entertained children and /5.

The movable books of the last two decades have become increasingly complex with sophisticated pop-up illustrations and intricate mechanical devices. The addition of lights and music in some titles has contributed to the surprise of the mechanical illustrations.

At present, books considered pop-up or movable are popular sources of delight for children and adults alike. However, the types of books today's audiences associate with such a genre are the result of a somewhat long development and, consequently. Pop-up books might only seem like a fun, modern way to jazz up a children’s book, but they actually date back to the 11ththose Author: Marissa Fessenden.

Ellen G. Rubin discovered pop-up and movable books when she began reading them to her sons over 25 years ago. Today, she has more than 6, books and thousands of uncataloged movable ephemera.

Pop-up books are just one type of what are known as movable books, or books that in some way move to illustrate information or a story.

Rubin has always employed a broad definition for her : Kelsey Kennedy. The Movable Book Society (MBS) is a nonprofit organization which provides a forum for artists, book sellers, book producers, collectors, curators, and others to share enthusiasm and exchange information about pop-up and movable Society has nearly members worldwide.

The term pop-up book is often applied to any three-dimensional book; however pop-up books are really just a subset of the broader category of movable books, which also includes transformations, tunnel books, volvelles, flaps, pull-tabs, pop-outs, pull-downs, and more.

The earliest movable books were created for adults calendars, astronomical charts, mathematics, medical procedures, and so forth and the earliest children’s movables didn’t appear until the midth century.

As with all art forms, the history of pop-up and novelty books has had it’s peaks and valleys. The books in new scenic series are probably the first that today's readers would consider pop-up books, although the term "pop-up" was yet to be used to describe such books.

"Movable" or "toy book" was usually the choice for description. InDean actually claimed to be the "originator" of movable books. [POP-UP BOOKS]. SMITH, M., & Judy Fight for Pie. Spring-Up Picture Book Series. An Action Book.

Aircraft Paper Products. Railway Pictures Panorama Book, Ernest Nister Antique Movable, Pop-Up Book. $ Shipping: + $ Shipping. Raphael Tuck World's Circus Panorama Antique Movable Book, $Seller Rating: % positive. Pop-up and Movable Books Harlequinades.

Harlequinades, also known as metamorphoses or turn-up books, were the simplest type of movable books. Folded parts of a page were lifted to disclose a new picture that fitted neatly on to the remaining part of the first one.

Movable, pop-up, folding, and multiple-construction books from the year to the present day comprise this Smithsonian Institution Libraries’ exhibition highlighting innovative book design,which is on display in the Smithsonian Libraries Exhibition Gallery, National Museum of American History, First floor west, through September 1, Pop-up books are just one particular type of a larger group of books known as movable or mechanical books.

In addition to pop-up books, movable books include transformations, tunnel books, flaps, pull-tabs, pop-outs, pull-downs, and even some types of three-dimensional greeting cards. Pop-up books come from the art of paper engineering. Pop-Up and Movable Books a guide to examples and technique books Search this Guide Search.

Pop-Up and Movable Books: a guide to examples and technique books Here at last is the definitive book on how to make a pop-up. Every aspect of the creation of a pop-up, known as paper engineering, is clearly and thoroughly covered.

All types of Author: Claudia Covert. Haunted House Pop-Up Book by Jan Pienkowski - Duration: Best Pop-Up Books Recommended for you. Circus Zingaro- A pop-up book (finished version) - .Movable and Pop-up Books (Cut-Figure Book) Mon Oncle Gaspard: Album a Transformations.

Guignard, R. Paris: Nouvelle Librairie de la Jeunesse, (). Small quarto. (14)pp., including paste-down endpapers.

A stencil-colored cut-figure book, with each page cut into three sections so that one can make numerous combinations of the head, body, and.