HomeBooks by AgeAges 4-8Peter Pan: A Classic Collectable Pop-Up: Robert Sabuda

Peter Pan: A Classic Collectable Pop-Up: Robert Sabuda

By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: May 21, 2009

Peter Pan: A Classic Collectible Pop-Up Peter Pan: A Classic Collectible Pop-Up

by Robert Sabuda

Reading level:
Ages 4-8

Hardcover: 14 pages

Publisher: Little Simon; 1 edition (November 4, 2008)

What to expect: Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Fantasy, Pop-up

Whatever Sabuda touches turns to magic. So what happens when he touches a story like Peter Pan that is already magic? An alluring feast of enchantment! His illustrations stay real to the time period in which J.M. Barrie wrote this classic tale (1902), only they have a richness about them that comes from a more magical and modern time. Using his masterful, paper engineering talents, the illustrations leap to life with a whole new depth, allowing the characters to reach out and draw you further into the well-adapted version. Each pop-up spread contains a booklet that contains the text and a few extra pop-ups to enhance the story — they tuck neatly away. The detail of this book is extraordinary, making it a wonderful gift for all ages.

Peter Pan: A Classic Collectible Pop-Up

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