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Trucks Go Pop
By Bob Staake
Little, Brown
2008
ISBN 10: 031600510X
ISBN 13: 978-0316005104
 
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Behind The Pages With Bob:

"This was the first pop-up book I ever wrote and designed, and I learned a ton during the process. Even today I look at the complexity of some of the 3-dimensional components and think I muat have been crazy to take on a book as ambitious as this one. That said, I did it all over again 2 years later -- in Pets Go Pop (not to be confused, of course, with Pets Go Poop."

-- Bob Staake

 

Alongside a highway in the book appears a poster advertising "Telepathic Flesh-Boring Personal Hygiene Products." Thankfully, these products do not actually exist.

The logo for 'Chatham Recycles' that Staake designed for his home town of Chatham, Massachusetts appears on a bag of recyclables being dragged by a little boy

The Guggenheim Museum can be seen hiding in the skyline of the scene with the clowns and construction crew.

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Summary:

Little Truck
Big Truck!

Silly Truck
Dig Truck!

Trucks of every shape and size come to dimensional life in this bold and innovative new pop-up book, TRUCKS GO POP! From long-armed construction diggers, and roaring fire trucks, to ice-spraying snow plows and speeding Mack trucks, little ones will gasp with delight as they turn each sturdy page and reveal all of their favorite trucks as they pop up and off the pages!

Comes with a giant foldout Trucks poster! (applies to new, shrink-wrapped copies ONLY)

Bob Staake, winner of the 2006 New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Books Award, brings his signature energy, style and humor to this sturdy, kid-friendly pop-up book -- bound to be a must-have hit with truck-loving kids of every age.

Sample image from book (above)

The Williamsburg Parent:

"Staake's vivid illustrations go hand-in-hand with his stunning ability to capture the world of trucks using intricately detailed pop-ups. Young truck lovers will adore each dynamic scene."

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