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[BKARTS] A New Book on Making Pop-Ups by Carol Barton

A Great Holiday Gift for All Ages!

The Pocket Paper Engineer
How to Make Pop-Ups Step-by-Step
by Carol Barton
Retail, $24 plus shipping

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Popular Kinetics Press is pleased to announce the publication of a new book on how to make pop-ups by Carol Barton, an award-winnning book artist, curator, and teacher. This elegant, accessible guide steers you through the process of designing and constructing pop-ups, no matter what your age and skill level. Suitable for both home and classroom use, the book is a creative tool for pop-up fun.

Filled with do-it-yourself models and simple, clear instructions, The Pocket Paper Engineer provides playful cards for each featured structure. The book's innovative design allows each card to be detached, cut and assembled, then stored in its own pocket within the book. Instructions for creating your own pop-ups are included along with design suggestions and recommendations for tools, paper, and adhesives.

ISBN: 0-9627752-0-7
Hardcover with wire-O binding
Full color illustrations/custom interactive format
68 pages

Order with a credit card: You can order your copy directly over the web site above, or by calling 301-229-2213. You don't need to have a Pay Pal account; just go to the shopping cart and press the "if you do not currently have a Pay Pal account" button. Shipping rates are available for over 30 countries.

Order with a check or money order: If you prefer to send a check, you can use the shopping cart at the site to figure the appropriate postage without supplying a credit card number or checking out. Then send your name, shipping address, contact phone number, and email address with a check for the total amount to:

Popular Kinetics Press
6005 Yale Avenue
Glen Echo, MD 20812

If you have any questions, you can contact Popular Kinetics Press via email through the web site.

Carol Barton

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