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The Pop-up Book of Sex Hardcover – October 31, 2006
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Stimulate your imagination and body--open this book and see what pops up!
A scandalously clever tour of the erotic arts, The Pop-up Book of Sex provides a unique perspective on such positions as the classic Missionary, the naughty Mile-High Club, the exotic Lotus, and the whimsical Fantasy.
Sensuously illustrated, spectacular three-dimensional pop-ups bring to life the art of getting busy, and will forever electrify your boudoir repertoire.
You'll never see sex the same way again.
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About the Author
Gary Greenberg is a stand-up comedian and writer. He's appeared on Comedy Central and the USA Network, and has written segments for the Daily Show. He lives in Manhattan with his wife Jeanne. Balvis Rubess is an illustrator who has worked with Yahoo, the Chicago Tribune, the Detroit Free Press, McDonald's, Coke, Pepsi, Nestle, and many others.
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LOVED the idea, and so glad someone thought to do this, and thus ordered it.
I give it 3* for a 5* idea. Here are my two disappointments:
a) A book like this should be hilarious, not instructional. Unfortunately, it's written as a sort of manual. People who are greatly inexperienced are NOT going to buy a pop-up book to further instruct them on sexual delights, trust me. For those of us who bought it hoping it was hilarious, well.... it's cute and upbeat, but not hilarious.
b) OK, the ladies depicted in this book are boldly showing pretty much all they've got.... yet the guys are devoid of sex organs, or so it seems from the artwork. It's falling so short of the mark when a Pop Up Book doesn't depict..... What Naturally Pops Up.
I rest my case.