Funny Faces Sticker Fun: Mix and Match the Stickers to Make Funny Faces (Dover Children's Activity Books) (Paperback)
Kids can create a superhero with vampire teeth, a cowboy with crossed eyes, a robot with a goatee, a pop princess with an eyepatch, and so much more with this colorful book of sticker fun. More than 200 reusable stickers include eyes, noses, mouths, and other funny facial features that can be mixed and matched to create hundreds of different crazy characters.
This book is vastly important. It deals with one of the darkest parts of American history that is so often left untaught and overlooked: the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. This graphic novel tells George Takei’s story of going through that dark time as a child, with the strangeness of growing up in an interment camp, the weight his parents carried for the family, and the deep cultural and personal trauma left behind by the internment-- but also the inspiration this experience gave him to be an activist for change. This book is heavy but oh-so necessary and very moving, and it is truly a very engaging and enthralling read.
(Young Adult Graphic Novel, Ages 12+) - reviewed by Isabel