Moustache Up!: A Playful Game of Opposites
Kimberly Ainsworth & Daniel Roode
Simon & Schuster, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
oddlers who don't think facial hair is fun, might well change their minds after seeing this funny, interactive board book. Moustaches of all shapes and sizes are used here to teach basic concepts like up and down, straight and curly, smooth and rough, and thin and wide.
ou'll discover an envelope attached to the inside cover of this book with a dozen moustaches. Use them to decorate the faces you'll find as you page through the book. There's a pirate, weight lifter, mayor, and sundry other characters who all need a 'stache to complete their visages.
ven if you should lose a moustache or two, don't worry. You'll still enjoy this book and its collection of interesting faces and moustaches. This might also be a great gag gift for any male you know who sports an impressive display of facial hair. Who knows? It might give him an idea or two on how to do a makeover!
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