The Butterfly Pavilion

The Butterfly Pavilion : The Book that Transforms into a Work of Art

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Description

Invite a kaleidoscopic collection of butterflies into your home with this beautifully designed book.

The Butterfly Pavilion brings to life more than 50 beautiful butterflies with gorgeous archival illustrations. From the Malabar tree nymph to the tawny rajah, these fascinating creatures can be found everywhere from the tropical rainforest to your own back garden.

The innovative paper design allows you to press each illustration out of the page, transforming your book into a work of art, the perfect gift for any nature lover.

Award-winning nature writer James Lowen is the perfect guide to discovering and identifying these unique insects.

To see how your Paperscapes book transforms, check out the video below (just above the reviews) or have a look at the Paperscapes author page.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 112 pages
  • 150 x 210 x 27mm | 654g
  • Andre Deutsch Ltd
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 100 clr illus
  • 0233005595
  • 9780233005591
  • 569,209

Table of contents

Press-out illustrations of 52 species of butterfly from across the globe, each accompanied by approx. 250 to 300 words of descriptive text.
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About James Lowen

James Lowen is an award-winning writer, photographer, editor and nature guide. He is the author of five books, including A Summer of British Wildlife, which won Travel Book of the Year at the Travel Media Awards 2016. He writes for BBC Wildlife, Bird Watching and The Countryman magazines and has appeared on BBC's Countryfile.

Paperscapes: the book that transform into a work of art. Whether you're interested in reading a classic from Lewis Carroll, exploring the cityscape of London or learning about plants and animals, Paperscapes books offer everything a traditional book would, and then uses innovative design and beautiful illustrations to let readers turn their book into a work of art.
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