Masks in the Forest: A Story Told With Masks
In an enchanted forest of paper, paint, and whimsy, a hapless hunter bumbles after creatures large and small, from a mother fox and her pups to forest giants and vivid birds. Bold illustrations with dream-world colors bring the woodlands to life.
Nine pre-cut pop-out masks allow children to act out the story with family and friends. Slipping into the roles of the book’s creatures, they can also create delightful tales of their own and lose themselves in a land of make-believe.
Author and illustrator Laurent Moreau applies his unique analog approach to hand-drawn graphics and page-filling designs and creates a world where humans are the strangers and a child’s sense of wonder at Mother Nature reigns.
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