Selected Bibliography and Web Sites References

Abrahamson, Richard F. "Movable books - a new golden age," Language arts, v. 5 (April 1982), p. 342.

Carothers, Martha L., The design and production of children's novelty books [unpublished graduate research monograph]. Pennsylvania State University, 1980.

Carothers, Martha L., "Novelty books: accent of images and words," University of Delaware Library Associates, Collections, 3:36-58, 1988.

Darton, F.J. Harvey, Children's books in England: Five centuries of social life. Cambridge University Press, 1958.

Dawson, Michael, "Checklist of books written, edited and/or published by S. Louis Giraud," Antiquarian book monthly review, 19:266-271, June 1992.

Dawson, Michael, "Children's pop-ups, movables and novelty books: a short history for collectors, part II," Movable stationery, 3:6, December 1995, p. 1, 8-10.

Dawson, Michael, "S. Louis Giraud and the development of pop-up books," Antiquarian book monthly review, 18:218-222, May 1, 1991.

Dawson, Michael, "S. Louis Giraud, the wizard of Bookano," Antiquarian book monthly review, 18:250-256, June 1, 1991.

The genius of Lothar Meggendorfer. New York, Random House, 1985.

Haining, Peter, Movable books: an illustrated history. London, New English Library, 1979.

Krahe, Hildegard E., "The importance of being Ernest Nister," Phaedrus, 1988, pp. 73-90.

Lindberg, Sten G., "Mobiles in books: volvelles, inserts, pyramids, divinations, and children's games," Private library, 2:49-82, Summer 1979.

"Llull, Ramon," New Encyclopedia Britannica. Chicago, Encyclopedia Britannica, 1989.

Montanaro, Ann R., Pop-up and movable books: a bibliography. Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1993.

Myrick, Frank, "It's child play!" Bookbinding, 36:25-29, November 1924.

Opie, Iona and Peter, "Books that come to life," Saturday book, 34:60-79, 1975.

Quayle, Eric, The collector's book of children's books. New York, Clarkson N. Potter, 1971.

The Reinier collection of historic and contemporary children's books. "Occasional list no. 3. Moveable books." London, Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood, Spring 1988.

Sabuda, Robert. "So what do they package?" Movable stationery, 3:4, June 1995, p. 1.

Seymour, Peter, "The resurrection of the pop-up book," Publishers weekly, 219:97-99, February 27, 1981.

Taylor, Sally A, "Intervisual Communications: popping up all over," Publishers weekly, 238:217- 218, July 26, 1991.

Whitton, Blair, Paper toys of the world. Cumberland, Maryland, Hobby House Press, 1986.

Yokoyama, Tadashi, The best of 3D books. Tokyo, Rikuyo-sha, 1989.

Additional References Supplied by the Bienes Center

Brooklyn Public Library. Brooklyn pops up! the history and art of the movable book: [an exhibition] at the Central Library, September-December 2000. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Public Library, 2000. [20] p.

Dawson, John Michael. "The collectible children's curiosities of Vojetch Kubašta." Biblio v. 2, #1 (Jan.1997): 48-53.

Montanaro, Ann R., Pop-up and movable books: a bibliography, Supplement 1, 1991-1997. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2000. 958 p.

Taylor, Sally, "A history of pop-up books," Publishers Weekly, v. 245, #46 (Nov. 16, 1980): 33+.

Tillman, Albert, Pop-Up! Pop-Up! Pop-Up Books: Their history, how to collect them and how much they're worth. Olga, WA: Whalestooth Farm Publications, 1997. 59 p.

Selected Web Exhibits
(University of Delaware Library, Special Collections Department."World of the Child: Two Hundred Years of Children's Books" / curated by Iris R. Snyder)
(University of Southern California. "Magical Moveable Books Exhibit.")
(University of North Texas, Rare Book Room, Fourth Floor, Willis Library. "The Great Menagerie: The Wonderful World of Pop-up and Movable Books, 1811-1996.")
(University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Rare Book and Special Collections Library, Main Library Building. "Spring Surprises: Popular, Literary and Scientific Pop-up Books: Selections from the School Collection of Children's and Young Adult Literature.")
(State Library of Victoria, Australia. "Moving Tales: Paper Engineering and Children's Pop-up Books.")
(Rutgers University, Special Collections. "The Pop-up World of Ann Montanaro.")
(Boise State University, Idaho Center for the Book: "Pop-Up Books for Adults & Other Children.")
(Students at Barnes Elementary School, Beaverton, Oregon, showcase their handmade pop-ups. "Animated Oregon Trail Pop-Up Books.")
(Personal home page of pop-up collector and author Ellen G. K. Rubin)

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