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America's National Parks Pop-Up Book
Price: $34.95
America's National Parks: A Pop-Up Book is a coast to coast journey featuring 18 of our most visited national parks, with six as stunning, double-page pop-ups: Everglades, Great Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Glacier, and Yosemite national parks. See two bear cubs scrambling up a tree to safety, an alligator charging its prey, a dory boat crashing through the rapids of the Colorado River, a Red Jammer tour bus coming out of a mountain tunnel, Old Faithful Geyser erupting 13 inches above the page, and a mother Grizzly rising up to defend her cubs. Fascinating park action springs to life in cleverly designed mini-booklet pops. The beauty of our national parks comes to life in these pages. You and your family will be inspired to visit our national parks.

Pop-up paper engineering is created by Bruce Foster, designer of 40 pop-up books including the amazing Harry Potter pop-up.

The pop-up illustrations by Dave Ember are in the style of the WPA 1930s posters. Thirteen of these historic posters are faithfully reproduced in the book, courtesy of the Library of Congress.

Gold Medal Winner: Children's Picture Book (All Ages) by the Independent Publisher Book Awards (2013).

ASIN: 0975896032
ISBN 10: 0975896032
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