LifeCycleofaDropofWater

From your kitchen sink to a Japanese waterfall to your mouth to the sky: a drop of water travels many miles. This short pop-up book animation tells the story of a water droplet's life cycle. I could have really used this in science class. Stop Motion by Chris Turner, Paper Sculptures by Helen Friel and Animation by Jess Deacon.

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Momotaro1

Sometimes a great story deserves a little showmanship. This pop-up extravaganza by Icinori is a beautifully illustrated folk tale called "Momotaro". The ancient Japanese tale is about a Peach Boy, born of an apricot, who goes on an adventurous quest. With drawings by Mayumi Otero and Raphael Urwiller, this three dimensional pop-up book is sure to please.

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