Wearing masks can be tough. Especially if you’re a little kid. They make such good slingshots and baskets!
Does wearing a mask have to be so hard, though?
The simple answer is no.
Wearing a mask doesn’t have to be terrible or difficult. Masks can be fun! Maybe your child could pretend to be a superhero or a ninja. Or maybe they could get one that reflects their interests. And with school around the corner, here are a few characters who may inspire your kids to rock their masks around their friends.
Magnolia has a double life. In public she is known as Princess Magnolia. She is prim and proper in every way. When trouble strikes in the form of evil monsters, Princess Magnolia transforms into her alter ego The Princess in Black. Her disguise, complete with a mask and cape, helps her to defeat monsters while maintaining her anonymity.
Alright, so Billy doesn’t actually wear a mask. But he is a raccoon and raccoons are notorious for their fur markings that look like they are wearing a robber’s mask. So I’m going to count it. This story follows Billy and his scout troop on their nature hike where they get lost and travel through time.
This graphic novel retells the story of the four musketeers and their plan to dethrone the King of France. They track down a man in an iron mask rumored to be the King’s twin brother. Is the stranger really the heir to the throne? And if so, will he help the musketeers?
If you like the story of Cinderella but wished she was a more active character, then this is the graphic novel for you. In this adaptation, Ninja-rella thwarts the evil plans of her stepmother and saves the prince. She even becomes a ninja bodyguard. What could be a more action driven character than that?
Meet Ghost, Cormac, and Kate. Each kid has special powers that make them ideal recruits for the top secret Ninja school. Can they be trained in the art of stealth and survive the war against the samurai warriors?