Folktales and beliefs about wild animals often mirror our own hopes and fears. Hot Said The Hare In The Cold mask by Teemu Järvi draws from that heritage. A well-known Finnish proverb “Hot said the rabbit in the cold” stands for: “Never mind if things are difficult or the weather is bad.” Finnish hare have evolved to survive in extreme temperatures. Their fur color changes from brown in the summer to white during the winter to protect them from the predators. Photo: Unto Rautio
Fractured Fairy Tales: 7 Stories You Thought You Knew
"Fractured Fairy Tales" - classic fairy tales with a twist that kids love. Gifted kids love reading and hearing fractured fairy tales. The twist on the original engages them and is a wonderful tool to get them writing.