Checklist of Titles in The Pop-Up World
of Ann Montanaro

Past and Present

Winter. The Little Showman's Series no. 2. New York, McLoughlin Bros., 1884.

Peeps into fairyland: A panorama picture book of fairy stories. With an introduction by F.E. Weatherly. London: E. Nister; New York: E.P. Dutton, [ca. 1896].

Little pets: A panorama picture book of animals. Text by L. L. Weedon. Verses by Clifton Bingham. Printed in Bavaria. London, Nister; New York, E. P. Dutton, [c.a. 1896].

Bookano stories #3(with water scene)

Bobby bear. "Magic Action" Book. Racine, Wisconsin, Whitman Publishing Co., 1935.

Picnic day. By Martha Paulsen. A. Schenk, animator. Akron, Ohio, Saalfield Publishing Co., 1946.

Play time in action. William Kemp Tilley, illustrator. Newtown, Massachusetts, Walter P. Phillips, 1949.

The tournament. Westminster Books V. Kubasta, illustrator. London, Bancroft, [196-?].

The pop-up book of the American Revolution. Douglas Jamieson, illustrator. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Scholastic Book Services, [197-?].

Roaring lion tales: A pop-up book. Retold by Alain Presencer. Created by Ron Van der Meer. Van der Meer Paper Design. Printed in Singapore. London, Bedrick/Blackie, 1984.

Jungle adventure: A pop-up vacation. Helen Balmer, illustrator and paper engineer. Produced by Intervisual Books, Inc. Printed and bound in Colombia, South America. New York, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1993.


"Man, you gotta move!": Images of Travel

Sailing ships. By Ron Van der Meer and Alan McGowan. Paintings by Borje Svensson. John Strejan and David Rosendale, paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Viking, 1984.

Tip + Top and the moon rocket. V. Kubasta, illustrator. Printed in Czechoslovakia. London, Bancroft, 1964.

Those fabulous flying machines: A history of flight in three dimensions with punch-out plane model. By Seymour Reit. Randy Weidner and Frank Ossmann, illustrators. Ib Penick, paper engineer. Structural Graphics. Printed in Mexico. New York, Macmillan Publications, 1985.

Planes of the aces: A three-dimensional collection of the most famous aircraft in the world. By Joan Bowden. Concept and paper engineering by Keith Moseley. Cover design by Roy Huxley. Stef Suchomoski, illustrator. Compass Productions. Printed and assembled in Singapore. New York, Doubleday, 1993.

All at sea. An All-Action Pop-up Picture Storybook. V. Kubasta, illustrator. Printed in Czechoslovakia. Prague, Artia; London, [England], Brown Watson, 1986.

Up in the air. An All-Action Pop-up Picture Storybook. V. Kubasta, illustrator. Printed in Czechoslovakia. Prague, Artia; [England], Brown Watson, 1986.

Toby's trip. By Meg Wohlberg and Max Horn. [New York], The Macmillan Company, 1943.


Birds and the Bees

The ultimate bug book: A unique introduction to the world of insects in fabulous, full-color pop-ups. By Luise Woelflein. Wendy Smith-Griswold, illustrator. James Roger Diaz, paper engineer. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Singapore. New York, An Artists & Writers Guild Book, 1993.

Animal homes. A National Geographic Action Book. Jeffrey Terreson, illustrator. Alice Jablonsky, writer. John Strejan, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society, 1989.

The beetle. Dimensional Nature Portfolio Series. By Maria M. Mudd. Wendy Smith-Griswold, illustrator. James Diaz, paper engineer. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Singapore. New York, Stewart, Tabori and Chang, Inc., 1992.

Majesty in flight: Nature's birds of prey in three dimensions. By Ron Van der Meer. Ivan Lapper, illustrator. Van der Meer Paper Design. Printed in Singapore. [New York], Abbeville Press, 1984.


NOT for children

From the bottom up. [New York], New York Mutual Broadcasting System, [194-?].

The ultimate pop-up cocktail book. By Michael Wells and Graham Brown. Geoffrey Appleton, illustrator. Paul Wilgress, paper engineer. Printed and bound in Colombia, South America. London, Ward Lock, 1984.

Hugh Johnson's pop-up wine book. By Hugh Johnson. Ron Van der Meer, paper engineer. Van der Meer Paper Designs Ltd. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Harper and Row, 1989.

Alphabeta concertina. By Ronald King. Guildford, Surrey, England, Circle Press, 1983.


Traditional Tales Reconstructed

Land of long ago: A visit to fairyland with Humpty Dumpty: A novel picture book for children. Verses by L. L. Weedon. E. Stuart Hardy, illustrator. Printed in Bavaria. London, Nister; New York, E. P. Dutton, [ca. 1890].

Ali Baba & the forty thieves .. A Peepshow Book. Illustrated by Ionicus. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1950.

Jack the giant killer with "pop-up" illustrations in color by Harold Lentz. New York, Blue Ribbon Books, 1932.

The "pop-up" Pinocchio, being the life and adventures of a wooden puppet who finally became a real boy; with "pop-up" illustrations in color by Harold B. Lenz. New York, Blue Ribbon Books, 1932.

Beauty and the beast: And other fantastic fairy tales: A pop-up book with four miniature storybooks. By Ron Van der Meer. Fran Thatcher, illustrator. Manufactured in China. New York, Random House, 1994.


The Miraculous and the Devout

Bible stories from the Old Testament in three dimensions. Christos Kondeatis, designer, illustrator, and paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1991.

Confirmation. Catechetical Scenes. By M. Coerezza. Hong Kong, Salesian Catechetical Centre, 1957.

The Christmas alphabet. By Robert Sabuda. Concept, design, and paper engineering by Robert Sabuda. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed and assembled in Colombia, South America. New York, Orchard Books, 1994.

My first little Hanukkah pop-up book. By Carol Gildar. Produced by Compass Productions.Printed in Singapore. New York, Cartwheel Books, 1994.

The good world God made/David the shepherd who becomes king. Turn-around Pop-up Book. By Marjie Mehlis. Borje Svensson, illustrator. John Strejan, designer. Tor Lokvig, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. Elgin, Illinois, David C. Cook Publishing Co., [197-?].


Fanciful beasts

Love bugs. By David A. Carter. Produced by Intervisual Books, Inc. Printed and bound in China. New York, Little Simon, 1995.

Wonderful Earth! By Nick Butterworth and Mike Inkpen. Paul Wilgress, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia. Alton Hants, England, 1993.

Walt Disney pop-up picture story 101 dalmations. Printed in Czechoslovakia. Brown Watson, 1986.

Monster Island. By Ron van der Meer. Atie van der Meer, assistant illustrator. Tor Lokvig and John Strejan, paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981.

Crazy dinosaurs. A StMichael Pop-up. By Hutchings. Dick Dudley, designer. James Roger Diaz, paper engineer. Designed and produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. Bristol, England, Purnell Books, 1983.

I heard it from a little bird: A pop-up storybook. By Arnold Shapiro. Dick Dudley, designer and paper engineer. Karin Williams, illustrator. Compass Productions. Printed in Colombia, South America. Hauppauge, New York, Barron's Educational Series, 1991.


The Beautiful and the Bizarre

The royal family pop-up book. By Patrick Montague-Smith. Roger Payne, illustrator. Vic Duppa-White, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. [New York], Bounty Books, 1984.

The Beatles: Musical pop-up. Concept by Rob Burt and Michael Wells. Mike Peterkin and Pete Campbell, illustrators. Ian Honeybone, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Bonanza Pop Up, 1985.

Stan Lee presents the Incredible Hulk pop-up book. John Strejan and Chuck Murphy, designers. Tor Lokvig, paper engineer. Produced for the Marvel Comics Group by Dave Kraft, Jim Salicrup, Bob Budiansky, Herb Trimpe, Mike Esposito, Paty, and Janice Cohen. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. s.l., Marvel Comics Group, 1980.

The Bible beasties. By Babette Cole and Ron Van der Meer. Produced by Van der Meer Books. Manufactured in China. New York, HarperCollins, 1993.

Barbara Cartland's princess to the rescue. By Barbara Cartland. Jane Longmore, illustrator. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Franklin Watts, 1984.


Entertaining (and Instructing) Children

Bennett Cerf's pop-up limericks. [By] Bennett Cerf. Manufactured in Colombia, South America. New York, Random House, [ca. 1967].

Giorgio's Village. By Tomie de Paola. Keith Moseley, paper engineer. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1982.

Butterfly. My First Wildlife Book. By Keith Faulkner. Jonathan Lambert, Illustrator. Printed in Singapore. s.l. HarperFestival, 1993.

Tractor factory: A pop-up book. By Elinor Bagenal. Steve Augarde, illustrator and paper engineer. Produced by Imago. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Artists & Writers Guild Books, 1994.

The hunter who was king and other African tales. Adapted by Bernette Ford. George Ford, illustrator. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Hyperion Books for Children, 1994.

Going to the doctor: A pop-up book. By Stacie Strong. Eugenie Fernandes, illustrator. Doug Bergstreser and Bob Arlt, designers. Tor Lokvig, paper engineer. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1991.

The Jolly Jump-ups and their new house. By Geraldine Clyne. Springfield, Massachusetts, McLoughlin Bros., 1939.


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