A boy's lost mitten is discovered by a group of curious woodland animals in this sweet retelling of the classic Ukranian folk tale. Seven spreads of charming illustrations feature interactive pull tabs and wheels - all within a magical pop-up landscape constructed by the award-winning paper engineer behind such classics as Snowflakes and The Snow Queen.
|Publisher:||Jumping Jack Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.70(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.10(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Jessica Southwick is a writer, illustrator, and designer. She studied English and writing at The George Washington University, and received her Masters in Communications Design from the University of Baltimore. Since then, she's returned to her New England roots, where she enjoys four distinct seasons and runs her own creative studio from a small town in coastal Connecticut. She lives with her husband, son, and an ornery cat in a house filled with books, toys, and pictures.
Pippa Curnick grew up in rural Essex, UK and spent most of her childhood daydreaming in her treehouse.
Pippa studied at Camberwell College of Art before graduating from the University of Derby with a First Class degree in illustration.
Children's illustration and typography design are amongst Pippa's main interests. She draws her inspiration from long walks in the woods, and loves drawing animals of all shapes and sizes.
Currently, Pippa lives in Buckinghamshire, UK, with her ever expanding menagerie of pets.
Yevgeniya Yeretskaya is a Ukrainian-born artist who specializes in paper creations. She is an award winning illustrator, designer and paper engineer, recognized for her work with pop-up books and greeting cards.
Yevgeniya has a BFA in Communications Design with focus in Illustration from Pratt Institute in New York, and has dedicated her career to storytelling through movable books that charm and engage the imagination of children and those young at heart.
Yevgeniya is the Director of Paper Engineering at Up With Paper and Jumping Jack Press.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Adorable critters come alive with pop-ups, pull-tabs, and spinning wheels as they all try to squeeze into a boy's lost mitten. This book will have you and your littlies squeezing under a blanket together in a cuddly and engaging wintery story time. Well-suited for younger ones too with some parental supervision (any kind of pop-up book is inherently fragile.)