The town of Hamelin is overrun by a plague of rats, and the mayor calls on the Pied Piper to lead them out. But when the townspeople refuse to pay him, the Pied Piper entices the local children to leave their homes and parents. Lisbeth Zwerger's evocative and exquisite illustrations perfectly capture this renowned fairy tale.
The children loved to play in the Giant's garden, but when he returned after years away, he said, What are you doing here? and the children fled. This is the classic story of a giant whose gloomy outlook and self-centered ways are changed by a remarkable tiny child.
Place the flap against the centre of each page and hold the mirror upright. Then rotate each figure with your other hand, and look carefully at what appears in the mirror. You'll see amazing shapes, plus a surprising final object. Have fun and find all the hidden surprises!