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Puppet - Mousewoman by Morgan Asoyuf

In Stock At Our Store In Toronto (2229 Danforth Ave.)

This high-quality hand puppet was designed by Indigenous artist Morgan Asoyuf and features Mousewoman.  It's a fantastic educational tool that spreads Indigenous cultures to new generations.

Puppets are a great tool for developing language and story-telling skills.  They also help to promote imagination and creativity.  

This puppet pairs perfectly with the book, Learning My Rights with Mousewoman by Morgan Asoyuf.

Artist: Morgan Asoyuf, Tsimshian, Ts'mysen, "Art is an intimate connection to our history, identity and our community. I am honoured to continue our traditions and to share them."

  • Approx.  10” - 14”
  • Made from all new materials

Native Northwest is a leader in children’s Indigenous educational resources and connecting youth with Indigenous cultures. 100% of the art featured in Native Northwest products is designed by Indigenous artists.

Looking for more hand puppets? Click here to see the rest of our collection of Hand Puppets by Indigenous Artists or click here to see our collection of Beleduc Hand Puppets.

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