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The Knight's Castle: A Pop Up Book

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A curious white mouse enters a dark castle on a stormy evening. But where is the knight who lives there? Amazing three-dimensional pop-ups and a bouncy, rhythmic text will make kids shiver with delight and giggle with anticipation as they join in the mouse's adventures.
Published 1994
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I got this as a birthday present when I was 5 or 6. Its simple rhyming text is perfect for beginning readers or for reading aloud to toddlers-- just make sure to keep the pop-up pieces safe from grabbing hands. Much simpler in design than other Sabuda works, this is a great book to use to introduce kids to the magic of pop-up books.
A little white mouse's journey through a dark castle one stormy night is depicted on boldly colored, three-dimensional pop-ups featuring bats, trophies, coats of arms, a creaky staircase, and an extraordinary knight in shining armor.
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Robert Sabuda is internationally acclaimed for his stunning pop-up books, including America the Beautiful and The 12 Days of Christmas. He is also the illustrator of Chanukah Lights by Michael J. Rosen. Robert Sabuda lives in New York City.