The Queen: Panorama Pops by Liz Kay – Book Review

The Queen: Panorama Pops by Liz Kay – Book Review

The Queen Panorama Pops by Liz Kay

The Queen: Panorama Pops

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Ten stunningly illustrated pop-ups bring the magnificent reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to life in this exquisite cut-paper souvenir. Find out more about Queen Elizabeth II’s fascinating life, from her childhood to her wedding and ground-breaking coronation to both her family life and state duties.

Review by Stacey

The Queen: Panorama Pops is an unusual little book. Firstly, it comes in a little hardcover case, which you then remove the panoramic pop book from – this is not hardcover, but paper. Secondly, you can open it like a normal book turning each page, of which there are ten (double-sided), or you can open it fully so you can see all the pages at once and it has a concertina effect to it. You then turn it over and read the back of the pages.

The book follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II and is a celebration of her life and reign in her 70th year as Queen. It begins with a short intro about the Queen and then talks about her early life as a princess.

Throughout the book, children will learn about her service during WWII, her marriage to Prince Philip, her coronation, the commonwealth, line of succession, family life, Silver Jubilee, The Trooping of the Colours, Buckingham Palace, and The State Opening of Parliament.

The book is quite tiny in size but it packs a real punch with all the information inside. For royalists or those wanting something for their children to learn about Queen Elizabeth II before the Platinum Jubilee this would be perfect.

I enjoyed the read and learned a few things along the way too. It is also illustrated highly and I love the ‘pop’ effect on each page.

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