Christmas Alphabet, Deluxe Anniversary Edition Pop-up BookReviews
- Number of Pages: 16
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of THE CHRISTMAS ALPHABET, Sabuda has created a brand new pop-up to contain in this special edition, which also has a brand new cover and is covered in green foil."The Christmas book within the year. Twenty-six dazzling, magical pop-ups commemorate holiday sights and symbols in unforgettable methods."-- Pointer, KIRKUS REVIEW Besides getting an imaginative paper designer, Sabuda uses form, color, and space expertly. Celebrate Christmas with this beautiful pop-up alphabet book by award-winning author Robert Sabuda. Just terrific. has designed them all to move gracefully when the flaps are opened. Most from the pop-ups themselves are white, which delivers them an elegant look, and Sabuda.
Who can resist opening a door or lifting a flap just to view what's inside? The cutouts, emerging from colorful squares, are all made of crisp white paper--creating an origami elegance. No a single. (All ages) --Gail Hudson Beneath each lettered flap is an intricate three-dimensional paper cutout of a holiday-related object that starts making use of the identical letter (A for angel, B for bell, C for candle ). Sabuda has also mastered the art of whimsy, generating The Christmas Alphabet, The 12 Days of Christmas, and Cookie Count seasonal staples in households of kids young and old. Yet the paper sculptures are decidedly joyful and unpredictable, like the exploding shreds of paper beside the title"unwrap"under the letter U. Robert Sabuda produced his first pop-up book when he was 8 years old, but abandoned the art when he failed to figure out the way to generate the cyclone twirl in The Wizard of Oz. And that's why this seasonal, alphabetical pop-up book has turn out to be such a Christmas favorite. Apparently, he's finally mastered the art of motion, since a whole lot of within the pop-ups function movements including flight for the angel, along with all the tender joining of lips for the kiss of two reindeer.
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