Helping kids cope with face masks

The Day Everyone's Face Disappeared

Max is five. He loves his family, soccer and playing superheroes with his little sister, Rosie. But what happens when one day, all the adults’ faces disappear? 

While us big people understand and appreciate the importance of wearing face masks, for children – who pick up so many social and emotional cues from facial expressions – they can be confusing, unnerving… and downright scary. 

Written and researched by a journalist, and featuring extension activities and talking points developed in consultation with an education specialist, the book is a simple, easy-to-understand story to demystify the use of face masks, while highlighting their importance. 

Comes in both Australian/UK and US editions.

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Features

Written and researched by a journalist (and mother), and with extension activities developed in consultation with an experienced education specialist, ‘The Day Everyone’s Face Disappeared’ provides an engaging way to answer your children’s concerns about face masks.

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Engaging

Easy-to-read text and delightfully illustrated, ‘The Day Everyone’s Face Disappeared’ is a fun way to open the conversation around face masks.

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Educational

Featuring comprehension activities and talking points, ‘The Day Everyone’s Face Disappeared’ provides parents with helpful ways to explain the need for masks to children of all ages.

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