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Pop up book of phobias

Pop up book of phobias

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Everyone is afraid of something: fear of heights, fear of snakes, fear of flight, fear of death. And these pop-ups put you in the driver’s seat—whether it’s in the dentist’s chair as the drill spins toward you; peering over the edge of a skyscraper whose sheer face plummets thousands of feet to the sidewalk far below; or sitting in the window seat of a plane as the oxygen mask deploys, your drink spills, and the horizon line moves to an angle that’s unexpectedly, horribly incorrect… The Pop-up Book of Phobias is an engineering wonder and cult favorite in the making—an offbeat holiday treasure sure to become this season’s most talked-about gift book—brought to life by outrageously macabre artwork and startlingly imaginative pop-ups.

Pop‑up book of nightmares

Everyone is afraid of something: fear of heights, fear of snakes, fear of flight, fear of death. And these pop-ups put you in the driver’s seat, whether it’s in the dentist’s chair as the drill spins toward you, peering over the edge of a skyscraper whose sheer face plummets thousands of feet to the sidewalk far below, or sitting in a plane’s window seat as the oxygen mask dries up.
Everyone is afraid of something: fear of heights, fear of snakes, fear of flight, fear of death. And these pop-ups put you in the driver’s seat—whether it’s in the dentist’s chair as the drill spins toward you; peering over the edge of a skyscraper whose sheer face plummets thousands of feet to the sidewalk far below; or sitting in the window seat of a plane as the oxygen mask deploys, your drink spills, and the horizon line moves to an angle that’s unexpectedly, horribly incorrect… “The Pop-up Book of Phobias” is an engineering wonder and cult favorite in the making—an offbeat holiday gem guaranteed to become this season’s most talked-about gift book—brought to life by outrageously macabre artwork and startlingly imaginative pop-ups.

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The Pop-up of Phobias was my first pop-up novel, and it was a fantastic collaboration with Duncan Bock, Melcher Media’s Editor in Chief. Gary Greenberg wrote the script, which was engineered by Matthew Reinhart and written by William Morrow in New York. Here’s what Amazon has to say about it: “Everyone is afraid of something: fear of heights, fear of spiders, fear of flight, fear of death. And these pop-ups put you in the driver’s seat, whether it’s in the dentist’s chair as the drill spins toward you; peering over the edge of a skyscraper whose sheer face plummets thousands of feet to the sidewalk far below; or sitting in the window seat of a plane as the oxygen mask deploys, your drink spills, and the horizon line moves to an angle that is unexpectedly, horribly wrong…. The Pop-up Book of Phobias is an engineering wonder and cult favorite in the making—an offbeat holiday treasure sure to become this season’s most talked-about gift book—brought to life by outrageously macabre artwork and startlingly imaginative pop-ups “..

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Do you have a phobia of clowns, snakes, or heights? Do you get nervous about going to the dentist or have dreams about being buried alive? You’d better be careful because everything is in this book! This Halloween, we’re kicking things off with a terrifying all-time pop-up classic by Paper Engineer Matthew Reinhart. The popular and terrifying Pop-up Book of Phobias takes you on a real journey through phobias such as claustrophobia, arachnophobia, acrophobia, and seven more nerve-wracking phobias you’ve probably never heard of.
You’ll be reading this book from the perspective of a “first-person observer,” which makes it even more unsettling to turn the pages. The phobias pop-ups have fantastic depth and animation. It’s fairly realistic and a three-dimensional treat for anyone who enjoys horror movies or thrillers when combined with the artwork.
However, it has been proposed that the term dentophobia not be applied to people who do not believe their worries are irrational or unfounded, but rather to people who have post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of past traumatic dental encounters.