Experts Tell Us the Best Children’s Pop Up Books

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Children’s Pop Up Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Pop-up Peekaboo by DK

This product was recommended by Mo Mulla from Parental Questions

Pop-up Peekaboo: Under the Sea Board book – Lift the flap, June 5, 2018 is an excellent choice for any child. This book is full of pop ups and lifts the flaps, which will keep your little one entertained for hours! And with this book being perfect for ages 1-3. This book has a colorful and captivating design, with each page designed to offer a different interactive experience for your little one. With fun and playful sea creatures hiding under every flap, this book will keep your child entertained and engaged until the very last page!

Pop-up Peekaboo! Baby Dinosaur by DK

This product was recommended by Kristin Gonterman from Nobody’s Ready Parenting

This is one my toddler loves. Not only does it have beautiful (and realistic looking) pop-up dinosaurs, but a fun lip-the-flap element that keeps her engaged. It works well almost as a memory game–which dinosaur was behind that rock again? What type of dinosaur is hatching out of that egg? Where is the momma dinosaur? She finds it fun, and I often hear, Again, again! after we finish this one.

The Color Monster by Anna Llenas

This product was recommended by Dr. Karen J. Riley from IHaveDogs

This book is SO cool! The pop up pictures are so intricate and beautiful. So well done. They don’t stick and rip like a lot of other pop up books, and they implement fun strings and such too . My toddler adores it. We keep it on the shelf so he can’t destroy it and we pull it down when we need to talk about feelings. I think it’s really helping! When he’s feeling a certain way I often reference whichever monster he’s acting like now. Definitely worth the money. I’ve already recommended it to so many people.

Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts by Matthew Reinhart

This product was recommended by Candice Criscione from Mom In Italy

Matthew Reinhart’s pop-up books are incredible, and this one of Hogwarts doesn’t disappoint. It’s best for older kids who have read Harry Potter. They’ll love the 3-D look at Harry Potter’s school and its grounds. The book is well-crafted and the details are amazing. It makes a lovely gift for any Harry Potter fan!

A Pop-Up Book of Nursery Rhymes by Matthew Reinhart

This product was recommended by Candice Criscione from Mom In Italy

Matthew Reinhart is an incredible pop-up artist and this book of Nursery Rhymes never fails to disappoint. Each of my kids loves looking at it. Older kids can help turn the pages, little kids will delight in the pop ups of their favorite nursery rhymes. As a mom, it makes reading the same nursery rhymes fun and interactive.

Scribble Stones by Diane Alber

This product was recommended by Andy from Clooms

A heartwarming story about a little stone who was able to spread kindness to the world! This story starts off with a little stone who thinks he will be become something amazing but then soon realizes he had become a dull paper weight. He’s on a mission to become something greater and in the process meets scribble and splatter and they all come up a creative way to bring joy to thousands of people. If you loved I’m Not just a Scribble… then you’ll love Scribble Stones! And you’ll even be inspired to make some scribble stones of your own!

My Best Pop-up Noisy Train Book (Noisy Pop-Up Books) Board book by DK

This product was recommended by Andy from Clooms

An exciting, fun-to-read, noisy board book with flaps and pop-ups, perfect for reading aloud with preschoolers and promoting hands-on, active learning.. From steam trains to underground trains to double-decker trains, My Best Pop-up Noisy Train Book covers all the favorites, and an embedded sound button enhances the reading experience on each and every page. Train drivers, passengers, and other featured characters inspire toddlers to talk and focus on the scene, and text and word labels help develop vocabulary and encourage picture-and-word association. With its heavy board format, topical appeal, and lively approach, My Best Pop-up Noisy Train Book is a must-have for train-loving toddlers.

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