Leaves: An Autumn Pop-Up Book

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Product Details
Price
$34.99  $32.54
Publisher
Jumping Jack Press
Publish Date
Pages
7
Dimensions
9.2 X 9.3 X 1.3 inches | 1.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781623484583

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About the Author
Janet Lawler resides in Farmington, Connecticut, USA. Her books have appeared in the Scholastic Book Clubs, the Children's Book of the Month Club, and in translation editions that include Spanish, Japanese, Hebrew, French, and Korean. Her nonfiction picture book, Ocean Counting (National Geographic) was named an Outstanding Science Trade Book for 2014 by the National Science Teachers' Association. Leaves is Janet's 19th published book. Visit her website at http: //www.janetlawler.com/
Lindsay Dale-Scott grew up in Columbus Ohio and is an avid sloth lover. She studied at The Columbus College of Art & Design and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in graphic design. Children's illustration and typography and design are amongst Lindsay's main interests. She draws her inspiration from nature, vintage children's books and graphic design. Lindsay currently lives in Cleveland, OH with her husband, two dogs and two bunnies.
Yoojin Kim is a paper engineer, book artist, and world traveler. Her wanderlust and fascination with flora and fauna is evident in her work, which is heavily influenced by both the geometric and organic structures found in nature. She holds a BFA in Printmaking from Maryland Institute College of Art and spends her time designing dimensional products for personal and commercial clients. She resides in a cozy New Haven apartment with her curious hedgehogs
Reviews
"...[a] cozily illustrated book... the variety of pop-up effects and animals tucked into the scenes--an adorable baby hedgehog, a frog that leaps--create an enticing vision of seasonal change."--Publishers Weekly