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Thomas, Pamela; Maurice A. Sendak; David A. Carter; Robert Sabuda; & others. Brooklyn pops up. New York: Little Simon, (2000). 8vo (23.7 cm, 9.25").  unnumbered pages; col. illus. $25.00
Presented by the Brooklyn Public Library, a pop-up celebration of "the diverse borough of Brooklyn" featuring work by the most prominent pop-up artists.
Each page features a particular part of Brooklyn with its own distinctive style depending on which artist engineered the spread. Maurice Sendak's unique style is evident in the front cover pop-up and David Carter designed the first page which features his signature bugs as residents of Brooklyn. Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Bridge, Prospect Park and the borough's classic brownstones are just a few locations that have been given the pop-up treatment.
First edition, second printing (as per the "numberline").
Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Not in Hanrahan, Works of Maurice Sendak, revised & expanded to 2001. Original blue pictorial boards with a pop-up in relief to front board; spine-head bumped. => All pop-ups are in working order. (38073) Please RESHELVE This.
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