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Children's Literature - Tiffany Erickson
Whether it is Halloween or children are just pretending, masks are a great way to let the imagination run free. Many cultures use masks as part of a celebration, holiday, or dramatic play, and readers will enjoy looking at masks both spooky and silly. Most of the masks shown are made from wood and are made to look like both animals and people. Some of the craft instructions are very easy to follow, like the paper plate mask and carnival mask. However, things get difficult very quickly with the giant papier-mache bird mask. Several dramatic masks are shown, but the craft project looks much more like a robot than a theatre mask. While not a great craft book for Halloween ideas, children will likely get some fun ideas for a rainy day project or maybe a school play, as long as the play is about robots. Handy hints are included, as are a glossary and index. Purchase where craft books are popular. Reviewer: Tiffany Erickson

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Scholastic Library Publishing
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7 - 10 Years

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