Today’s Miniature Monday features Timothy Dexter, 1747-1806: A true account of an American eccentric.  This charming, hand-colored pop-up book was written and illustrated by Maryline Poole Adams of Poole Press.  You may remember our previous post about another mini pop-up from Poole Press.  Each section of the book is multiply-folded, glued, cut, and hand-colored.  The book is bound with leather with a string closure. What could be more fun than a mini pop-up book?  POP in and see it!

Adams, Maryline Poole, Timothy Dexter.  Berkeley, California: Poole Press, 2001.

-Laura H.

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