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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Where's My Mask? is a work of fiction focusing on the themes of current social and health issues for children, and was penned by author Cody Wittekind with illustrations by artist Eryono. Written with the current pandemic health crisis in mind, this is a highly informative and educational work for children which talks about necessary precautions such as wearing a mask, washing your hands, and adjusting to the new normal with friends and at school. Our protagonist is a cheerful little cat called Annie, who experiences the changing world around her and celebrates her ability to do the right thing and contribute to the wider safety of everyone around her.
Author Cody Wittekind has crafted a beautiful and upbeat book that will inform and entertain school-aged children, as well as becoming an important bonding and educational tool for their parents, relatives, and guardians. Some of the things which I most enjoyed about the work were the clear formatting, keyword placement to get the message across, and the general idea that children can help and take charge of their own actions if they understand the rules well enough. In terms of illustrative quality, artist Eryono brings Annie and her family to life in a way that looks like television show characters come to life in book form, which will certainly be wonderfully engrossing and visually appealing to the target audience. Overall, Where's My Mask? is both an empowering and comforting work for children during this tricky time, and I would highly recommend it to families everywhere.