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Predators : A Pop-Up Book with Revolutionary Technology
by Lucio Santoro and Meera Santoro

Overview - Get up close and personal with some of the world's most terrifying and dangerous predators Amazing 3-D pop-ups swing off the page, bringing to life spiders, polar bears, crocodiles, and more Filled with interesting facts and vibrant artwork, Predators takes readers on an interactive and imaginative journey into the wild

This paper-over-board book has innovative, swinging pop-ups.
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Overview

Get up close and personal with some of the world's most terrifying and dangerous predators Amazing 3-D pop-ups swing off the page, bringing to life spiders, polar bears, crocodiles, and more Filled with interesting facts and vibrant artwork, Predators takes readers on an interactive and imaginative journey into the wild

This paper-over-board book has innovative, swinging pop-ups. Packaged in a resealable polybag with sell sheet. Foil-stamping on cover.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 1416954392
  • ISBN-10: 1416954392
  • Publisher: Little Simon
  • Publish Date: September 2008
  • Reading Level: Ages 4-8

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With Sabuda and Reinhart having left beasts behind, Lucio and Meera Santoro, the husband-and-wife team who soared to great heights in 2007's Journey to the Moon, take on Predators. They start with a gigantic spider, even more menacing rendered in the Santoros' trademarked swing pop-ups; pull out the informative mini-pops if you dare. Much pleasanter—even if the actual animals might be just as dangerous—are the bald eagle rising majestically from a navy-blue background, a scaly crocodile and snow-white (naturally) polar bears. Clever mini flaps advise on distinguishing between crocodiles and alligators (here's an idea: stay away from both); discuss how a species hunts and whether it's endangered and how to tell a leopard by its spots (a tiger by its stripes, etc.)

 
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