Pop-up and Movable Books: A Bibliography, Volume 1
Ranging from Victorian picture stories to Disney classics and contemporary works on environmental issues, pop-up and movable books have amused, enlightened, and entertained children and adults for almost 150 years. Although most movable books are designed primarily for children, a significant number of fiction and nonfiction titles are intended for adult readers. Despite their enormous popularity, they are rarely reviewed or included in lists of children's books, and are seldom purchased for circulating libraries. Many are unindexed. Montanaro identifies, indexes, and describes over 1,600 titles by publication date, personal names of contributors, and series titles.
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12 pages adventure Aladdin Andrews and McMeel animals Author Baby carousel book Cinderella Compass Productions Description dinosaurs Disney Press double-page pop-ups fanfolded pop-ups Fields Productions Ltd Grandreams Ltd Grosset & Dunlap Hallmark Cards Hansel and Gretel Hong Kong illustrator Intervisual Books Intervisual Communications Jacobs Ltd Keith Moseley Landoll lift-the-flaps Little Simon London Mother Goose Mouse night before Christmas numbers nursery rhymes OCLC Ottenheimer Publishers paper engineer Pinocchio pop-up book Pop-up Storybook pop-ups and tab-operated Press Book Publishers Price Stern Sloan Printed in China Printed in Colombia Printed in Hong Printed in Singapore Printed in Thailand Private collection Produced by Compass Produced by Intervisual Produced by Ottenheimer Random House Red Riding Hood Running Press Book Sadie Fields Productions Santa's Singapore Snow White Sons Ltd South America spine tab-operated mechanicals Tango Books Text printed parallel three little pigs transformational slat pictures Walt Disney's Western Publishing White Heat Ltd Winnie-the-Pooh York