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The 30 Best Pop-Up Books For Kids of All Ages

What’s more fun than a normal kids’ book? One that is filled with cool, creative, and even interactive pop-ups! The following books are sure to delight kids of all ages with beautiful illustrations, dramatic pop-up elements, and funny stories. Whether your kids love space, My Little Pony, dinosaurs, Disney princesses, or just the changing seasons and holidays, there’s a pop-up book made just for them. From classic stories reimagined in 3D form to wholly new creations you’ll love to add to your library, here are our favorite options organized by suggested reading age. Scroll through to find age-appropriate pop-up books for babies, toddlers, young children and big kids. Check them out to add some pop and visual delight to story time!

Additional reporting by Angela Elias

20 Genius Gifts Teens Will Love From Amazon – All Under $50

Teenagers can be hard to shop for, especially because they often experience so many transitions in their lives. From physical changes to new social relationships, these events can greatly influence their personalities, lifestyles, and of course, tastes. Gifting them something memorable and fun is no easy feat (bless anyone who’s ever attempted it), but if you get it right, they’ll cherish it forever.

Luckily, we have found an exciting assortment of affordable products the teens in your life will be thrilled to receive. Plus, they’re all under $50 from Amazon, so they’re easy to order. Check out our top picks and get ready to check things off your holiday shopping.

– Additional reporting by Macy Cate Williams

42 Gifts For 11-Year-Olds That They’ll Absolutely Love

Eleven-year-olds are hard to shop for; we understand the struggle of trying to figure out what to get the tween in your life. You want to get them something they will love and appreciate, but you want to go beyond a typical gift card. We’ve got you co…

Our favorite video games of 2021, ‘ranked’ (as if)

It’s been a strange year for video games.There’s no way for any of us to know just how much release schedules were impacted by the pandemic, but there’s no doubt whatsoever that changes had to be made. A nixxed feature here, a shifted release date ther…

Twitter has a secret system for dealing with attacks on high-profile accounts

As the meme goes, the goal of every Twitter user is to avoid being the main character of the day. But if you end up being that unlucky soul, it turns out Twitter is prepared to help you survive the potential trolling onslaught. As Bloomberg reports, the company has developed Project Guardian, an internal list of thousands of accounts who could potentially be attacked by other users. Being on that list fast-tracks any complaints related to those users on Twitter’s moderation systems.

While it may sound a bit suspect, the big takeaway from Bloomberg’s reporting is that Project Guardian is just a predictive aspect of Twitter’s security measures. And unlike Facebook’s treatment of VIP’s, which has been criticized for allowing celebrities and politicians to break that platform’s rules, Twitter’s system doesn’t necessarily grant more privileges to users.

Project Guardian also includes some well-known athletes, media personalities and politicians, but Yoel Roth, Twitter’s head of site integrity, tells Bloomberg that the list doesn’t include famous users. As, as we mentioned, it also helps to protect normal people who end up going viral.

“The reason this concept existed is because of the ‘person of the day’ phenomenon,” Roth said. “And on that basis, there are some people who are the ‘person of the day’ most days, and so Project Guardian would be one way to protect them.”

In an ideal world, Twitter would be able to give every user the same amount of security support. But, as Bloomberg notes, the company currently receives too many moderation requests to manage that. Perhaps that’s an argument that user safety should be scaled in proportion with user growth. And while Project Guardian helps to protect some users, it’s also a smart way for Twitter to squash harassment that could also hurt its own image. You could argue that’s true for practically every security measure a social media company takes, though.