Bicycles: Pop-Up-Book

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Author: DOMINIQUE EHRHARD

Category: Children's , Teenage & educational

Book Format: Hardback

Publisher: Prestel

ISBN: 9783791375618

RRP: $39.99

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The newest pop-up book from renowned paper engineer Dominique Ehrhard artfully traces two centuries of bicycling history and lore. Perfect for seasoned bikeaholics and budding pedal-pushers alike, this brief, whimsical history of the bicycle features eight meticulously crafted pop-up scenes. There’s Karl Drais’ 1817 invention that featured two wheels and little else to propel it; how technical advances at the end of the 19th century saw an upsurge in the popularity of bicycling among women; we see the first mountain bikes from the Klunkerz of California and Coloarado; and a scene from the Tour de France. From high-wheelers to hipsters on wheels, Dominique Ehrhard offers glimpses of biking trends that flickered briefly and flamed out and others that have stood the test of time. As biking grows in popularity as a climate-friendly alternative to the automobile, this gem of a book is a perfect keepsake for bike-lovers of all ages. AGES: 5 to 9 AUTHOR: Dominique Ehrhard, a paper engineer and illustrator, is the author of Paris Pop Up and 10 Chairs, among other titles. He creates pop-up books with stories for younger readers as well as pop-up cards for the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. SELLING POINTS: . A TOUR THROUGH CYCLING HISTORY: A pop-up history of the bicycle from the 19th century to the present day. . LOVINGLY CRAFTED by Dominique Erhard, a master French pop-up artist and author of numerous pop-up books. . PRODUCED TO THE HIGHEST STANDARDS, this pop-up book will delight both budding young cyclists and longstanding bike lovers. 8 colour pop-ups

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