This book has itself an interesting design feature. The book was the catalogue for a touring exhibition from The Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. The tour started in Glasgow on 10 October 1998 and finished in Cheltenham in November 2000. The catalogue includes a brief but good introduction to moveable and pop-up books over the centuries.
Published by Workman Publishing, New York, 1999.
We have two copies. One is signed to Anne Davenport by David Wood. Published in 2000 by Doubleday, a division of Transworld Publishers. Text copyright David Wood, 2000. Illustrations copyright Richard Fowler, 2000.
Illustrated by Derek Matthews, written by Dugald Steer, paper engineering by Richard Hawke. Copyright 2003. Devised and produced by The Templar Company plc, Dorking, UK.
A book which converts to a carousel of cut paper images. First published 2004 by Walker Books Ltd, London.
This A.A. Milne ‘Winnie-The-Pooh’ pop-up book was first published in Great Britain in 1984 by Methuen Children’s Books, 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 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.