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Experts Tell Us the Best Pop Up Books For Kids

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Pop Up Books For Kids. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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The Color Monster by Anna Llenas

This product was recommended by Harriet Chan from CocoFinder

It is a unique book that teaches about feelings like sadness, happiness, anger, calm. A sensitive book that helps the children to identify the emotional factors in life. This book would be a great guide to parents and teachers to encourage the children to study about human behavior and their reactions.


Where’s Spot? by Eric Hill

This product was recommended by Eric Ang from Baby Journey

It’s simple to read for little kids since it’s one sentence per scene. The details are just nice, enough to pique kid’s curiosity and provide some adventure through lifting the thin flaps to reveal some answers in the pages. Good to encourage reading in toddlers (and perhaps, some love for dogs?) but best with parental supervision if you want to avoid the flaps being torn or child scribbling over the book.


Pop-Up Peekaboo! Baby Animals by DK

This product was recommended by Eric Ang from Baby Journey

Great cute pop up book to learn about animals. There are other topics as well, but this one feels more engaging for kids, age range 1-3 years. Flaps may be easily ripped off by little one, but otherwise, the story and visuals are entertaining.


Pop-up Dinosaurs by Roger Priddy

This product was recommended by Eric Ang from Baby Journey

Dinosaurs, kids love them, especially the boys. Book is well-made, the pages are thick, so it’s slightly more durable with kids. Cool pop ups and colorful visuals bound to engage kids to turn the pages. Short read, but definitely worth having in kid’s collection. Good for children aged 2 to 3 years old, at most 4.


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