Can You Keep a Straight Face?

Written by Elisa Géhin and Bernard Duisit
Thames & Hudson | January 31, 2017

Can you keep a straight face? Straight eyebrows? Straight lips? A straight… nose? These pages are packed with interactive tabs that allow children to pull funny faces with impunity.

Elisa Géhin is a children’s book illustrator. Bernard Duisit is a French paper engineer.

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