Are you ready to dig, mix and lift?
Then grab yourself a hard hat and help Cat and Dog on the noisy building site! Come with us as we build an ice-cream parlour, using an excavator, a dump truck, a cement mixer, a forklift and finally a truck crane.
Sequel to the highly entertaining and engineering marvel Zoom!, this is another fine example of the papercrafters art. My personal favourite is the last of them, the truck crane.
My son also enjoys the book, though his reading skills have progressed beyond the simple structure in the book, he has become quite intrigued by the actual popups themselves more than the story.
Overall, though a little pricier than the first book, it is equally as ingenious and thus worth having a look at if you or your child have much interest in making stunning popup cards or books. Great raw material for inspiration.
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