Dimensional Man by Jonathan Miller, David Pelham
  

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Dimensional Man by Jonathan Miller, David Pelham

Six feet tall, half skeletal, half muscular, Dimensional Man is an incredible pop-up figure. Creative paper-engineering enables children to look right inside the body - just lift the left pectoral muscle to see the thorax or turn the large intestine anti-clockwise to reveal the abdomen! Far more than a useful reference, Dimensional Man is a unique and remarkable wall chart perfect for anyone interested in knowing how we are put together.

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About the Author

David Pelham made his name as Art Director of Harper's Bazaar and Penguin Books. He has won many awards, including the Gold Awards from both the Designers and Art Directors Association of London and the Art Directors' Club of New York. Working on both sides of the Atlantic, he is the creator of numerous dimensional books and is a talented paper engineer. His award-winning international best-seller, The Penguin Book of Kites, was published in nine foreign language editions and is still in print. His titles for Jonathan Cape include Say Cheese!, Skeleton in the Cupboard, The Human Body (written by Jonathan Miller) and Sam's Sandwich. He lives in London and has three children.

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Format

Paperback
1 pages
Interest Age: from 9 to 11

Author

Jonathan Miller, David Pelham
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Publisher

Jonathan Cape Ltd an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

25th February 1993

ISBN

9780224027144


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