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A Pop-Up Inauguration Celebration

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A Pop-Up Inauguration Celebration

A Pop-Up Inauguration Celebration

A Pop-Up Inauguration Celebration

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Pop-up book specialist Carol Barton has created a way for children to participate in the inauguration without the worry of parking, walking or diapers.

Barton is the author of The Pocket Paper Engineer: How to Make Pop-Ups Step by Step. She's created a do-it-yourself inauguration pop-up that's appearing in the Washington Post Tuesday, and shows host Scott Simon how to put it together.