Thursday, March 12, 2009

pop up book

this picture came from here

Do you like Pop-Up books?

If you click here, you must remember to
touch the arrows in order to change the picture
on the page, and touch the arrow in the right
hand corner to turn the page.

There is narration. You can turn
the page anytime if you can't wait.

C U !


R.L. Bourges said...

oh that pop-up book was funny! My favorite line? "Even Al Gore was there. So George asked him to leave."

The montage/painting is pretty fabulous.

March on, cm. Paul Butterfield can't be wrong.

cheers from Graulhet

Whoistin-tinandsnowy? said...
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Whoistin-tinandsnowy? said...

Thanks, for sharing the Pop-Up book internet story.(Which of course remind me of director Frank Capra's 1946 film It's A Wonderful Life.) and the music as usual!...

Dcd ;-D

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Candie said...

How cool was that?really enjoyed it!Yeah R.L.Bourges,I loved that one too,lol.

New Yorker wannabes said...

I loved this pop up book lol

I have to show this to my students! Thank you!!

Take care
peace and love

tony said...

you cant judge a book by it's cover.........

California Girl said...

Now that was a pretty fun game. I sent it to my sons. My 11th Grade Art Teacher's daughter was married to Paul Butterfield at the time. I think that was 1968. Remember KGB?

KittyAnn said...

OH HO! That was FUN! heehee. I love the take on the old IAWL movie, too clever. Thanks for sharing and giving me a smile tonight. Best, Ani

Megan said...

The pop-up made me laugh. It's good to laugh right before you go to bed - I think it makes for better dreams.

Hope all is well, CM.

Anonymous said...

really exciting. But I've not gone through the entire pop up book. hard pressed for time. Anyway, thanks for sharing his.

N said...

:( my internet connection at work is acting funny. cant access any of those links. gonna have to wait and come back to try it out.
*crosses fingers*

Coffee Messiah said...

rlb: ; )

dcd:Thanks for stopping by and it's no problem, really ; )

cb: Glad you enjoyed it.

marianna: I hope they enjoy it too.

tony: Wonder who ever said that?

cg: that's wild. I was too young, but he played at a bar on Grant St in SF and we'd stay outside looking in and listening. He was/is quite the harp player. As for KGB, saw the Airplane at the Fillmore before Surrealistic Pillow came out. Had a sweatshirt with their autographs on it. But my mom washed a few times too many ; (

ani: It was interesting and creative.

megan: A laugh is always good.

vinita: Thanks for stopping by and taking a look.

n: Hope you get a chance to check it out.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

i (heart) pop ups....but wah, p&k's computer doesn't allow me to play in the second link. no vids, no pop-ups!

those montage creations are so amazing....this one was quite fine!

Coffee Messiah said...

kimy: Pretty cool ; )