Pink Pop (With 6 Playful Pop-Ups!)

A Board Book


Who doesn’t love a POP of color?! Every title in our brand-new Color Pops board book series focuses on a single color (in this case, pink) and features a clever and surprising pop-up object on each sturdy page


ISBN: 9781419773426 Category:

Aurore Petit


Who doesn’t love a POP of color?! Illustrator Aurore Petit’s Pink Pop explores all things pink as part of the Color Pops board book series. Each title focuses on a single color and features a clever and surprising pop-up object on each sturdy page.

What is pink? A cat’s tongue . . . a sunrise . . . a lollipop! Infants and young readers will delight as these objects jump off the page in this unique “first colors” and “first words” pop-up board book.

These sturdy, small board books are absolutely perfect for little hands, but the clever and surprising images will appeal to all ages. Each spread is printed in black-and-white, but the six playful pop-up objects are filled in with a bold pop of color—a novel take on high-contrast books!

Make sure to catch the other book in our Color Pop series—Yellow Pop—to complete this charming pair.

Additional information

Weight 134 g
Dimensions 10.1 x 9.9 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 14 March 2024
Number of pages 12
Format Board book
Dimensions 10.1 x 9.9 cm
Weight 134 g


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Pink Pop (With 6 Playful Pop-Ups!)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Aurore Petit is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs of Strasbourg. After working for some time as an illustrator for the press, in 2008 she published her first children’s book, Ménageries. Since then, she has created many books for young readers. She is the author of A Mother Is a House (Une maman, c’est comme une maison) which was met with great acclaim. She illustrated Tomatoes on My Balcony (Des tomates sur mon balcon) and How Are You? (Comment allez-vous?), as well as This Is My Place (C’est chez moi) and Little Monkey (Petit singe), both of which she also wrote. She lives in Nantes, France.