What’s below . . . the canopy of trees? The surface of the ocean? Your feet as they cross a city street?
Embark on a journey of discovery through lush rainforest, mysterious underwater kingdoms and a secret world beneath the streets in this gorgeous and captivating pop-up book. Compelling facts are told by the expert author and contributor to Encyclopedia Britannica, Clive Gifford, winner of the Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize.
With stunning and sumptuous illustrations and innovative paper engineering, What’s Below? is the perfect gift book for anyone who loved Under the Ocean from Tate – children and adults alike.
Clive Gifford is an award-winning author of books for children and adults including the astonishing Dead or Alive, the creepy Book of Bad Things and the brain mangling Think Again and Eye Benders. He is passionate that books should entertain, inform and amaze whenever possible. A contributor to Encyclopedia Britannica, Clive’s books have won School Library Association, PBS, Smithsonian and Times Educational Supplement, as well as the prestigious Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize.
Kate McLelland grew up in the North East of England before moving to London to gain a BA Hons in Theatre Design. After completing her degree in London she moved to Edinburgh, where she recently gained an MFA in Illustration with Distinction at Edinburgh College of Art. She received highly commended in the MacMillan Prize and in recent years was nominated for a D&AD Illustration award and a Penguin Design Award.