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These six super pop-up books are taking bookshelves everywhere by storm. Each one a hit with kids and parents too!

photographed by ian macpherson
text by elizabeth bentley

BIG FROG CAN’T FIT IN!
by Mo Willems, (Hyperion Books) A$39.99, Kinokuniya
When you’re really, really big, it’s not always easy to fit in. But with a bit of help from friends, everything works out fine for this Big Frog.

ALICE’S ADVENTURE IN WONDERLAND
by Robert Sabuda, (Simon & Schuster) A$39.95, Simon & Schuster
With a nod to the book’s original illustrations by John Tenniel, Sabuda’s ingenious pop-ups bring Carroll’s classic tale of a little girl’s topsy-turvy escapades to life.

MY POP-UP BODY BOOK
by Jenny Maizels and William Petty, (Walker Books) £14.99, Amazon
Ever wondered how you breathe, smell or move? This inventive, 3D interactive book turns your body inside out to find out what makes it tick.

LITTLE PENGUINS
by Jean-Luc Fromental & Joëlle Jolivet (Abrams) A$24.95, Kinokuniya
Make the impish stars of 365 Penguins disappear and reappear in a humorous countdown from 10 to 1.

AMAZING POP-UP BIG MACHINES
by Robert Crowther, (Walker Books) A$29.95, Kinokuniya
The pop-up book that’s also a play site! Have a go at operating the big machines – forklift, tower crane, bulldozer and more – and find out cool facts about everything they can do along the way.

WE’RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT
by Michael Rosen & Helen Oxenbury, (Walker Books) A$39.99, Kinokuniya
Ready to hunt the big one? Revisit the original classic in a memorable collectible edition, with pop-ups, lift-flaps, pull-tabs and sound effects.

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