20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea A Pop-up Book by Jules Verne, Sam Ita
  

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20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea A Pop-up Book by Jules Verne, Sam Ita

Following the release of his spectacular Moby Dick: A Pop-Up Book , paper-crafting genius Sam Ita gives Jules Verne's engrossing undersea story an equally unique and amazing presentation. Ita literally takes graphic novels into another dimension with breathtaking designs that pop, flaps that lift, parts that move and art that astonishes. There's nothing like it out on the market. Readers won't believe their eyes as they join Captain Nemo on an unforgettable adventure: submarines, sea monsters and even the lost city of Atlantis (complete with ancient artifacts, temples and columns) rise from the page as if emerging from the waves. Just as he did with his immensely popular Moby Dick , the acclaimed Sam Ita has concocted pure thrilling magic.

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The idea of combining a graphic novel with pop-ups is brilliant. -Robert Sabuda

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
8 pages

Author

Jules Verne, Sam Ita
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

20th November 2008

ISBN

9781402757761


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