Buenos Aires: Ediciones Rola, (1957); 1960, 1977. color plates, color pict. boards of diverse shapes. When fully open the books unfold into a 6-sided diorama scenes that pop-up in a carrousel telling the story and creating a circular structure model with an umbrella top (a hut (Robinson Crusoe), a submarine (Maravillas del mar), and a marry-go-round (La calesita)). (some marginal wear and signs of use, "Robinson Crusoe" book includes ink and glued stamp in front cover, "La calesita" has weak hinges and a part of the fldg. umbrella roof is detached; overall in very good+ condition). Item #113324
Three Argentinean pop-up childrens books published by Ediciones Rola, between 1955-70. Vintage children books with diorama that unfold into a carrousel. As follows: -
Maravillas del mar, 1960. (illustrated by Luis Salgueiro),[WorldCat: no copies].
Robinson Crusoe / by Carybé (1957). Brazilian artist Carybé (Héctor Julio Páride Bernabó, (b. Lanús, Buenos Aires province, Argentina, 1911 - d. Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil, 1997) who settled in Brazil and naturalized as a Brazilian, is noted for his artwork related to Afro-Brazilian themes. [World Cat: one copy, Virginia] with translations by Julio Cortázar.
La calesita / Textos Juan B. (Bautista) Grosso. Juan Bautista Grosso (b. Buenos Aires, 1977) was born and raised in one of the most iconic of Buenos Aires neighborhood, Palermo. Wandering through its shady streets, he composed the first verses, those that later integrated "Paleta infantil", a book that has dozens of editions. After this the titles followed as well as their songs, of which more than six hundred have been published, many with music from the most prestigious Argentine and foreign composers. He is the author of volumes with puppets, stories and children's theater. His firm values renowned pedagogy journals and is a contributor to literary supplements of the most accredited in the country, "La Prensa" among them.[World Cat, no copies].