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Pop-up books! Some are very intricately designed while others are more simple, but they’re all equally fun to view (and play with). Pictured are just a few of the books available in our special collections cage. If you’d like to see more, make an appointment with the Decker Library reference desk.

Pictured above:
The Dwindling Party by Edward Gorey
How Many Bugs in a Box? by David A. Carter
The Lorax Pop-up! by Dr. Seuss
Revolving Pictures by Ernest Nister
Yellow Square by David A. Carter
Solomon Grundy by Nick Bantock


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    I like the idea of the revolving pictures… not sure how I’d do that……
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