Join in with all your favourite characters in this amazing mask book.
With four touch-and-feel masks, just press out and play for hours of fun!
This is a delightful book for little ones!!
With a diver, a pirate, a cowboy and superhero masks as part of the book, this book offers children not only something to read, but a new set of toys.
The pictures are bright and simple, with short catchy sentences to go along with each image, this offers children ways to help them 'become' their new character - e.g. lassoing like the cowboy or hunting for treasure like the diver.
The inclusion of different fabrics and materials for making the masks makes them something more than just a paper mask - they are something that the children can actually picture themselves as.
This is the kind of book that would be best, in my opinion, for children who are older then 2 or 3 (unless supervised), as the masks may be slightly fragile for the enthusiasticness of smaller children.
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