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Kubasta Pop-Up 1967 - The Smart Ducklings - French - unusual paper technique not seen in other Kubasta's
Rare pop-up book


 
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Very rare Kubasta, likely made only for French market. This title does not even appear in the Bienes Center catalog. It utilizes a paper engineering folding technique not seen in other Kubasta's. 12 pages are created by accordion folds of one sheet of light cardboard. All figures are cut from and lift from this. Kubasta's printed signature is seen twice in the book.

Translates to "Smart Ducklings". Absolutely adorable story see story description below.

6 pop-up pictures, one (paddles) with movement as well.

Condition: Very Good. All pop-ups in excellent working all original condition. Spine is in very good condition though slightly cocked. Well bound. One pop-up page shows the stain of old tape - on the page - not the pop-up (see photo). Boards have slight edgewear.

Description of adorable pop-up scenes:

Delightful story which starts on the cover showing a Mother chicken reading to 4 little ducklings. A surprise develops when it turns out the one little bird is a chicken while the others are ducks. Mother teaches the little chick how to peck for food as the 3 little ducklings watch on. Then, the little chick watches with a sad face as the 3 ducklings swim - and she can't. Wanting to be on the water, the little chick then has some dangerous adventures as she try's various ways to be on the water. This is all a bit scary until a duck in an airplane rescues her. The happy ending shows the smiling chick happily riding atop a Mother duck while the 3 ducklings swim around her.

All books are returnable within 10 days of receipt if not delighted for any reason.
$485.00


Product Code: K-23

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