"Most of the examples focus on grown-up uses for popupseffective presentations and so onbut it's really easy to see how you could use this with kids (or friends) to make wicked-cool art." BoingBoing.net
It is a great book. very helpful and easy to follow instructions.
Combinations of the basic box and triangle forms can be combined to create more complex designs while layered pop-ups will give even more versatility.
Carol Barton, the Queen of Pop-Up's book,THE POCKET PAPER ENGINEER is a must-have addition to my book arts library.
This is the first book in the series of three. Like book 2, it is easy to understand how to make each folded project. I am glad to have this book in my crafts library.Published 6 months ago by Jane Woodard
It is a good start for learning to make pop-up books and simple movements in books like moving parts like eyes or arms, wheels, etc.Published 14 months ago by Tommy B. Roberts
Each exercise builds logically on the previous one. Explanations work. I haven't done all the samples, so I'll comment more when I do.Published 15 months ago by I. Labrant
It does good have templates. I like the elements of pop up better because of the pop ups, but this has better instructions, This book could include actual pop ups.Published 17 months ago by Shellush
and somewhat limited in content. But what it does cover, it covers well. I bought the whole series, because I collect books on how to make Pop-ups, but I would probably not have... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kathy M. Berger
If you are not familiar with pop ups you will want to get this book. If you are familiar, you might want a more challenging book.Published 21 months ago by Palmn
I know some of you may be angry that I am writing a review without having read/seen the book but that's exactly my issue. Read morePublished 23 months ago by AmethystWoman
This book is well designed & presented on the surface, however the overall content is fairly limited. Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by Roothford
Of all of the pop-up construction books that I own, this is one of my favs. It takes a hands-on approach, allowing readers to construct models from the playful designs printed on... Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by Thasha Brown