Books by Kate Petty

EARTHLY TREASURES by Kate Petty
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Released: Feb. 5, 2009

"More a delight for busy-fingered browsers than anything else, this'll keep that certain kind of child quiet for a long time. (Informational pop-up. 5-12)"
From the same team behind such novelty classics as The Amazing Pop-Up Grammar Book (1996) comes this exploration of rocks and minerals. Read full book review >
HA HA, BABY! by Kate Petty
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: March 3, 2008

"Indeed, Ma in red-and-white striped stockings, Pa in a fedora hat, Grandma in a fairy godmother costume and Grandpa in pirate togs should easily trigger laughs from little readers, even if baby refuses to smile. (Picture book. 2-4)"
When baby stops laughing, his funny family assumes something's wrong. Read full book review >
THE PERFECT POP-UP PUNCTUATION BOOK by Kate Petty
NONFICTION
Released: Aug. 1, 2006

"Young writers and collectors of pop-up volumes will also be intrigued. (Nonfiction pop-up. 6-10)"
This unusual approach to explaining punctuation uses pop-up scenes, flaps, tabs and other features of paper engineering to bring some pizzazz to an often dull subject. Read full book review >
THE AMAZING POP-UP GRAMMAR BOOK by Jennie Maizels
NONFICTION
Released: Oct. 1, 1996

"This hyperactive grammatical playground is not a tool for teaching neophytes, but will work best with those who already have a basic knowledge of language rules. (Pop-up. 7-10)"
 The Amazing Pop-Up Grammar Book ($16.99; Oct. 1996; 16 pp.; 0-525-45580-9): If diagramming sentences sends many readers to the land of nod, this pop-up, pull-out book on grammar will hit them like a jolt of caffeine. Read full book review >