Pop-Up Creatures: Stripes to Spots

Overview

Vibrant and bold, up close and personal, the Pop-Up Creatures series presents photos of wild animals in their natural habitats, as captured by Frans Lanting, National Geographic photographer extraordinaire. Clever clues and zoomed-in photos hint at whom is hiding beneath the pop-up pages and ask “Who Am I?” With each page turn, a bright, colorful photograph pops up for a 3-D animal experience. The “Creature Features” section includes names, habitats, diets, sizes, and extra fun facts about each animal. With the ...

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Overview

Vibrant and bold, up close and personal, the Pop-Up Creatures series presents photos of wild animals in their natural habitats, as captured by Frans Lanting, National Geographic photographer extraordinaire. Clever clues and zoomed-in photos hint at whom is hiding beneath the pop-up pages and ask “Who Am I?” With each page turn, a bright, colorful photograph pops up for a 3-D animal experience. The “Creature Features” section includes names, habitats, diets, sizes, and extra fun facts about each animal. With the help of rhyming riddles, guess which animal has stripy skin, spotty fur, or a rainbow of feathers! Zebras, cheetahs, and parrots are only a few of the distinctive animals ready to be revealed in these interactive pages.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762441358
  • Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/8/2012
  • Pages: 18
  • Sales rank: 1,410,705
  • Age range: 3 - 6 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Frans Lanting is a Dutch nature photographer specializing in wildlife photography. Lanting works in many different parts of the world, including Amazonia, Africa, and Antarctica. His photographs are regularly published in National Geographic, for which he is a photographer-in-residence. He is also featured in Outdoor Photographer, Audobon, and Life. Lanting lives in Santa Cruz, California, with his wife, Christine Eckstrom, who works with him on joint books of nature photography. Please visit him at lanting.com.

Jennifer Barry is an award-winning graphic designer who has designed and art directed hundreds of illustrated books, as well as co-authored over a dozen books. She works out of Fairfax, California. Please visit her at jenniferbarrydesign.com.

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