Author(s): Robert Crowther
This masterful feat of paper engineering is a vibrant introduction to the concept of shape. Each brightly coloured die-cut page showcases a shape - circle, oval, square, rectangle, diamond and triangle - which, when you pull a tab, transforms into an object, such as a balloon or a fish. On the reverse side of each page is an ever receding selection of flaps which can be lifted to reveal clearly labelled pictures of other similarly shaped everyday objects. Bright, stylish and intricate, this book will make an outstanding addition to any toddler's bookshelf.
"Robert Crowther is a master at creating durable, enticing and witty pop-ups." The Times Educational Supplement"
Robert Crowther is one of the world's leading paper engineers. The Most Amazing Hide-and-Seek Alphabet Book was his first book and became an international bestseller. He also created The Most Amazing Hide-and-Seek Numbers Book, Pop-Up Olympics and Pop-Up House of Inventions. He lives in Norfolk.