Why? You Ask, Do We Wear Masks?

Why? You Ask, Do We Wear Masks?

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Overview

Why do we wear masks? It's a fair question these days, and we hope this book helps!

With delightful rhymes and whimsical illustrations, our children's book covers why masks are important and easy to wear - and even encourages kids to use their imaginations to find joy in the masked-up world we live in. It includes easy comparisons for understanding why masks can be a part of your daily routine like any other activity--like wearing clothes, wearing seatbelts, and more. It also provides meaningful suggestions as to why we should wear masks for personal reasons, and be considerate of others. The book finishes with some fun ways kids can think of wearing masks as an imaginative activity --from wearing masks as accessories to repurposing and properly disposing of retired masks. We hope that you and your family find this book uplifting, encouraging, and helpful.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781662906046
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press
Publication date: 12/13/2020
Pages: 54
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.15(d)
Age Range: 6 - 8 Years

About the Author

Morgan Duffy (Mo) is a self-proclaimed modern-day Mary Poppins, who has a sprinkle wand instead of an umbrella. Who has hiking boots, instead of fancy slippers. Who carries drawing pads, instead of a cell phone. She does have one of those too. That's magical Mo. The real Mo is an attorney, mediator, and business consultant. Mo loves to write and design whimsical children's books that focus on relevant issues, but she also has a soft spot for anything having to do with nature and animals. She also has a not so-kiddo-friendly, satirical side that she writes for when the children fall asleep. When she's not dreaming up stories with her mother as illustrator and co-creator, Mo is far from her computer. She might be tending to her cactus farm, but most likely she is looking for heart-shaped rocks in the desert, or a beautiful moss specimen in some forest-with her husband and kiddos in tow.

Mary Duffy, by education, is a zoologist/biologist/mad-woman naturalist who once worked on a study of Santa's reindeer cousins in Alaska (true story). She raised Mo in Santa's summer home, a small mining/ski town in Colorado where they could spend days exploring magical, wild places and investigating whatever plants, animals and fungi they found. For many moons, Mary was a writer and editor-in-chief of a small publishing company in that town. Now she enjoys, coddiwompling or nature bathing with her beloved granddaughter, Indigo.

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