Wednesday Moment of Zen: Popville

Because the world doesn’t provide most of us enough occasion for construction paper, scissors and glue, we have a few good souls making pop-up books. Popville has a really nice Ed Emberley vibe, and hopefully would stand up to a bunch of storytime sessions.

Actually, it makes me think of Robert Crumb’s A Short History of America.

(via The Casual Optimist)

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3 Comments to Wednesday Moment of Zen: Popville

  1. Miriam's Gravatar Miriam
    June 16, 2010 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

    I want to learn how to make one of those. I need a “how-to” pop up class.

  2. Karen Wall's Gravatar Karen Wall
    June 16, 2010 at 11:07 pm | Permalink

    I tried to leave a comment about Bloomsday but I kept getting an error message… twice it said article did not exist.. maybe it’s my computer, so sorry for posting to wrong article.

    I haven’t read Ulysees or Finnegan’s Wake (my husband has read them both, we always figure if you combine the two of us we are sort of well-read). Anyway, I love Dubliners and wish I were in Dublin today. I do hope to read Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, don’t know if I’ll ever make it through the others, but I did read a few sentences of the opening of Ulysses today in Joyce’s honor. I do love The Dead so much.

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