Popposites: A Pop-Up Opposites Book
|Rating||:||4.72 (526 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||40 Pages|
"The best pop up book" according to Michaela Muranova. My son's absolutely favorite book. He is only 11 months old but loves to touch it and always wants us to turn the pages and flip from one opposite to another. I'm considering buying another book just because he ripped so many things off (the book is sturdy but my son just loves ripping things off ;). Tom Best said Nice thought, but poorly made. This book looked very promising, but when our very gentle Nice thought, but poorly made Tom Best This book looked very promising, but when our very gentle 4-year-old grandson opened it, many of the pop up pages atuck. bent or did not work at all. I tried to free it up but it has never been right. We intend to return it for credit.. -year-old grandson opened it, many of the pop up pages atuck. bent or did not work at all. I tried to free it up but it has never been right. We intend to return it for credit.. great interactive book I bought this book for my 1.5 year old son. It is hard to find other really fun, interactive books like this one. He does occasionally rip out parts of the book but that is to be expected at his age.
There are many books to teach opposites, but few are as enjoyable as Popposites (illustrated by Mike Haines and Julia Frohlich). Who knew that opposites could be such fun?. Featuring appealingly retro illustrations, 40 sturdy interactive elements that conceal and then reveal each surprise, and twenty pairs of words that move beyond the basics to tame the wild world of contrary language, this concept book packs an immense amount of entertainment into a tiny package that children AND adults will love
there are some delightful surprises along the way.” Publishers Weekly. “Pop-ups are just one of the interactive aspects to this clever introduction to 18 opposite words from the creators of Wild Alphabet
Keith Finch is a paper engineer living in southern England. He has been involved in publishing for over 18 years. He has created a wide variety of interactive titles, bringing to life everything from the architechture of Frank Lloyd Wright to the world of Winnie-the-Pooh.. Mike Haines is a familiar figure in the book trade, best-known for his