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Paper Blossoms Butterflies Birds

Author: Ray Marshall
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452113913
Size: 68.71 MB
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The creator of the bestselling Paper Blossoms delivers more extraordinary flowers for the table. From a butterfly garden to a hummingbird's arbor, a branch of orchids to a vase of tulips, these four new breathtaking pop-up centerpieces brighten any table and fill any room with color and lasting beauty.

Funny Birds

Author: Philippe U. G.
Publisher: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791371474
Size: 17.71 MB
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Follows the adventures of colorful birds as they hatch, look to their mother, and explore the world.

In The Air And Everywhere

Author: Jody Marshall
Publisher: W H Freeman & Company
ISBN: 9780716765479
Size: 68.45 MB
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Pop-up illustrations show a variety of birds in their natural habitats, including the shore, dessert, prairie, marsh, and forest

Welcome To The Neighbourwood

Author: Shawn Sheehy
ISBN: 9781406358766
Size: 15.79 MB
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From award-winning artist Shawn Sheehy comes an up-close look at the architectural masterpieces of the animal world, featuring an array of beautiful, life-like pop-ups originally crafted with handmade paper. The earthy exploration culminates in a breathtaking final spread showing all the neighbourwood creatures together.

The Moth Snowstorm

Author: Michael McCarthy
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1681370417
Size: 21.62 MB
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The moth snowstorm, a phenomenon Michael McCarthy remembers from his boyhood when moths “would pack a car’s headlight beams like snowflakes in a blizzard,” is a distant memory. Wildlife is being lost, not only in the wholesale extinctions of species but also in the dwindling of those species that still exist. The Moth Snowstorm is unlike any other book about climate change today; combining the personal with the polemical, it is a manifesto rooted in experience, a poignant memoir of the author’s first love: nature. McCarthy traces his adoration of the natural world to when he was seven, when the discovery of butterflies and birds brought sudden joy to a boy whose mother had just been hospitalized and whose family life was deteriorating. He goes on to record in painful detail the rapid dissolution of nature’s abundance in the intervening decades, and he proposes a radical solution to our current problem: that we each recognize in ourselves the capacity to love the natural world. Arguing that neither sustainable development nor ecosystem services have provided adequate defense against pollution, habitat destruction, species degradation, and climate change, McCarthy asks us to consider nature as an intrinsic good and an emotional and spiritual resource, capable of inspiring joy, wonder, and even love. An award-winning environmental journalist, McCarthy presents a clear, well-documented picture of what he calls “the great thinning” around the world, while interweaving the story of his own early discovery of the wilderness and a childhood saved by nature. Drawing on the truths of poets, the studies of scientists, and the author’s long experience in the field, The Moth Snowstorm is part elegy, part ode, and part argument, resulting in a passionate call to action.

In The Butterfly Garden

Author: Philippe Ug
Publisher: Prestel
ISBN: 9783791372075
Size: 39.32 MB
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This delightful and ingenious pop-up book traces a caterpillar's evolution from lowly cocoon to magnificent winged butterfly. Along the way we find cunning insects hidden in the grass, inchworms munching their way through a jungle of leaves, and a floral paradise where the newly hatched butterfly makes its home. Intricately constructed with the dazzling color and delicate details that have become UG's trademark, this book also tells young readers one of nature's most basic stories.

Urban Bird Ecology And Conservation

Author: Christopher A. Lepczyk
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520953894
Size: 50.30 MB
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Now that more than half of the world’s population lives in cities, the study of birds in urban ecosystems has emerged at the forefront of ornithological research. An international team of leading researchers in urban bird ecology and conservation from across Europe and North America presents the state of this diverse field, addressing classic questions while proposing new directions for further study. Areas of particular focus include the processes underlying patterns of species shifts along urban-rural gradients, the demography of urban birds and the role of citizen science, and human-avian interaction in urban areas. This important reference fills a crucial need for scientists, planners, and managers of urban spaces and all those interested in the study and conservation of birds in the world’s expanding metropolises.

In My Heart

Author: Jo Witek
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9781419713101
Size: 12.78 MB
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A young girl explores what different emotions feel like, such as happiness which makes her want to twirl, or sadness which feels as heavy as an elephant.

Pop Up Op Art

Author: Philippe UG
Publisher: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791372020
Size: 72.25 MB
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The creator of the brilliant Funny Birds is back with a 3-D pop-up celebration of artist Victor Vasarely that will delight readers of all ages. Widely accepted as the "father" of op art, Victor Vasarely worked his whole life to create mesmerizing works that were visually both complex and accessible. Now paper artist Philippe UG has transformed seven of Vasarely's most beautiful works into paper sculptures in his newest pop-up book. As readers turn the pages, Vasarely's creations spring to life in delicate and vibrant three-dimensional structures that trick the eye and excite the imagination. Whether you're a long-time fan of Vasarely or pop-up books in general, this unique book offers a visual experience that readers will turn to again and again.

The Castaway Pirates

Author: Ray Marshall
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811859233
Size: 67.27 MB
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In this pop-up pirate adventure, five pirates try to avoid being eaten by a shark when their ship springs a leak. They try to plug the hole with everything from the captain's coat to his rope, but in the end it's their smelly feet that turn the shark away. Each spread features a colorful, intricate pop-up designed by a master paper engineer, and the pop-ups grow more elaboratewith each turn of the page.