Ooh I do like getting children to pull faces! On your way to meet a friend in the park and faced with a lurking Cyclops, what do you do? Forty children and adults at London’s Cartoon Museum came up with ingenious ways to trick a child-munching monster – with bags of wind, winged sandals, Medusa’s head (always handy), caps of invisibility and cartons of Lotus Juice. And they drew some fabulous facial expressions. Great atmosphere and lots of brilliant comic strips.
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