POP-UP NEW YORK: 3D TOUR FOR CHILDREN
Today we continue our serie of travel books for children, and from Paris we head to New York, in a 3D tour of the Big Apple!
Pop-up New York is a wonderful travel book (ages 5+) written and illustrated by Jennie Maizels. She studied illustration at the Central St. Martin’s School of Art and Design, and is best known for her groundbreaking, fun non-fiction books for children, such as The Great Grammar Book and The Perfect Punctuation book.
My kids were quite small when we travelled to New York, and I have found that reading with them Pop-up New York is not only entertaining, but also a way to share with them further information on culture, history and politics about New York City.
It is an amazing book for children, whether as an introduction to the city or revealing little-known secrets to the kids that have already visited NYC. My kids had a great time lifting the flaps, finding fascinating facts and discovering surprising secrets. The interactive pop-ups are really incredible!
From the Statue of Liberty to Yankee Stadium, the book takes you on a spectacular three-dimensional journey around NYC: you can climb to the top of the Empire State Building, be amazed by the collection at the Met and take a horse-drawn carriage around Central Park.