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Pop-up New York
By (author): Jennie Maizels Illustrated by: Jennie Maizels
9780763671624 Hardcover English Juvenile: Age (years) from 5 - 9, Grade (US) from K - 4 JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / General Jul 22, 2014
$26.99 CAD
Active 10.88 x 11.56 x 1.18 in | 1.53 lb 12 pages Candlewick
Start spreading the news! A 3D journey explores the Big Apple’s most exciting sites in this inviting novelty book.

Welcome to New York City! Open this engrossing, large-format book and set off on a tour that wends its way from the Statue of Liberty to Yankee Stadium, with many must-see stops along the way. Visit the new World Trade Center and the Empire State Building, feel the urban bustle of Times Square and Grand Central Station, and check out the greenery of the High Line and the Botanical Garden. Filled with fun facts, flaps, and amazing pop-ups, this interactive tour offers plenty of reasons to love New York.

Jennie Maizels is the author-illustrator of numerous books for children, including Pop-up London. She lives in England.

A nicely drawn touristy trip through the city... The old architectural standbys — the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building — are looking great as ever, and you can see how newer arrivals have added interest to the cityscape.
—New York Times

Four spreads of fabulous paper engineering feature two-sided pop-up images of skyscrapers, bridges, museums, and a sports complex, while illustrated flaps lift to reveal facts about transportation, parks and gardens, the New York Police Department, museums, zoos, famous residents, and more. ... Delightful and edifying.
—School Library Journal

A breezy 3-D ramble through the core of the Big Apple, from Battery Park to the Bronx Zoo. ... This evocation of the city's bustle as well as its general layout will put both residents and temporary guests in a New York state of mind. A pleasing tribute to New York's bright lights, unique sights and architectural flights.
—Kirkus Reviews

Whether it inspires a day trip or just a night of armchair travel in front of the fireplace, the book conveys the city's diversity and highlights.
—Metro Philadelphia

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