From left: 'Animal life in fact, fancy and fun', '600 black spots' and 'Hansel and Gretel'.
Animal life in fact, fancy and fun, 1939
Louis Giraud's 'Bookano' books provided a mixture of stories and verses, interspersed with pop-ups such as the polar scene shown in our photo. They were targeted at a wide audience, and prices were kept low.
600 black spots, 2009
David A Carter is the artist behind '600 black spots'. This is an exciting abstract pop-up book for 'children of all ages', published in the UK by Tate Gallery.
Hansel and Gretel, 2010
Louise Rowe recreates the magical world of fairy tales in paper, including 'Sleeping Beauty' and 'Red Riding Hood'. Shown in our picture is her gingerbread house in 'Hansel and Gretel'. See full gingerbread house photo.
These books featured in the pop-up and movable books display at the National Library of Scotland from 20 November 2013 to 19 January 2014.