Cut and Make Mexican Masks

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Courier Corporation, Nov 16, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 4 pages
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Seven authentic Mexican folk masks, each based on an authentic historic example, richly diverse in their origins and significance. Among them are two sinister devil masks, a skull mask, a spectacular bat mask, and a tiger mask. Easy-to-follow instructions and diagrams show how to cut, fold, and glue together.
 

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Artist A. G. Smith uses paper engineering to teach history, geography and science. His books, which teach through the building of three-dimensional paper models, include Life in Celtic Times, The Confederate Army Paper Soldiers, Egyptian Punch-Out Masks, and African Village.

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