New Release Books by Josie Hazen

Josie Hazen is the author of Northwest Coast Indian Punch-Out Masks (1996), Cut and Make Mexican Masks (1995), Kachina Punch-Out Masks (1995), Dinosaur Punch-Out Masks (1995) and other 6 books.

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Northwest Coast Indian Punch-Out Masks

release date: Mar 01, 1996
Northwest Coast Indian Punch-Out Masks
Six masks: Haida wooden dance mask, Kwakiutl family crest mask, Tlingit groundhog mask, three more. Instructions.

Cut and Make Mexican Masks

release date: Nov 16, 1995
Cut and Make Mexican Masks
Seven authentic Mexican folk masks, each based on an authentic historic example, include two sinister devil masks, a skull mask, a spectacular bat mask, and a tiger mask. Easy-to-follow instructions.

Kachina Punch-Out Masks

release date: Mar 27, 1995
Kachina Punch-Out Masks
6 full-color cover-ups: yellow corn girl, badger kachina, Havasupai kachina from the ''50s, three others.

Dinosaur Punch-Out Masks

release date: Mar 01, 1995
Dinosaur Punch-Out Masks
Six coverups include carnivorous Tyrannosaurus, multihorned Styracosaurus, bizarre Hadrosaurus, ghoulish Protoceratops, and 2 others.

Cut and Make Indonesian Masks

release date: Jan 06, 1995
Cut and Make Indonesian Masks
6 masks with religious, folk and theatrical origins: Wayang Golek, Wayang Topeng, and Ragil Kunig masks of Java, 3 more.

Cut and Make Japanese Masks

release date: Jun 09, 1994
Cut and Make Japanese Masks
Twelve authentic, full-color disguises, including such No masks as a ceremonial old man, the Thunder God, an "Oto" mask used in comic interludes between No plays, as well as masks worn for dance, other types of theatrical roles and temple rituals. Clear diagrams and simple assembly instructions included.

African Punch-Out Masks

release date: Mar 01, 1994
African Punch-Out Masks
Six colorful, exotic masks, including a hyena mask from Mali and a Bakuba dance mask from the Congo, are ideal for social studies projects, parties, as room decorations, more. No scissors needed.

Cut and Make Egyptian Masks

release date: Sep 01, 1993
Cut and Make Egyptian Masks
Five authentic, carefully researched masks: King Tut, lioness (the goddess Sekhmet), falcon (Horus), crocodile (Sebek), and a jackal (Anubis). Ideal for Halloween, costume parties, school plays. Easily assembled. Instructions.

Cut and Make African Masks in Full Color

release date: Jan 14, 1992
Cut and Make African Masks in Full Color
Step-by-step instructions to create six African masks based on actural tribal artifacts.

Cut and Make North American Indian Masks in Full Color

release date: Jan 01, 1989
Cut and Make North American Indian Masks in Full Color
Eight masks based on authentic North American Indian designs: Hopi corn man, bird mask, Aztec fire god, five others. Complete assembly directions.
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