A book which converts to a carousel of cut paper images. First published 2004 by Walker Books Ltd, London.
First published in the UK in 1989 by William Collins Sons & Co Ltd, London. Copyright 1989 Compass Productions.
First published in Great Britain in 1993 by Heinemann Young Books, an imprint of Reed Children’s Books limited, London. Copyright 1993 Jan Pienkowski.
This novelty amazes people who see it for the first time. Made in unpolished oak by Barrowdale Marketing, England.
This is a moveable book that does tricks. Copyright 1995. Published by Hazar Publishing, London.
Copyright 1996 by Robert Sabuda. Published by Little Simon, an imprint of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division, New York.
This A.A. Milne ‘Winnie-The-Pooh’ pop-up book was first published in Great Britain in 1984 by Methuen Children’s Books, London.
This was created by Ian Ginn in 1984. As you view the hologram from different angles four billiard balls appear between the fingers of the hand. Look at both photographs to see the effect.
Copyright 1988 IWAYA CORP. is embossed on the underside of the chick’s feet.
Copyright 1961 M C Escher/Cordon Art, Baarn, Holland.