Hungry for more? Here are four more pop-up books that are for adults too!
5. The Naughty Nineties, by Peter S. Seymour
“The Naughty Nineties” contains risque illustrations created in the style of Victorian drawings from the 1890s. It’s pretty racy for the Victorian era – most certainly not written for kids!
6. The Pop-Up Art Book, by Rosston Meyer
The Pop-Up Art Book features street art put to page in lavish illustrations. Each picture was photographed, deconstructed and then added to paper with incredible precision for a decidedly surreal reading experience.
7. Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros, by Matthew Reinhart
There’s a pop-up book for that? Yep. There is no end to merchandise from “Game of Thrones,” and this elaborate pop-up book is totally worth it, rife with incredible detail and elegance. Winter is coming.
8. Moby-Dick: A Pop-Up Book, by Sam Ita
Looking for a new way to read an amazing classic? This contemporary pop-up version of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick uses odd formats that make you think twice about how English words fit together on the page to make a coherent book.
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