The worst fog in twenty years rolls in and clouds the seaside village. For three days, the adults wait impatiently for the fog to lift. But the children love the mysterious fog—playing hide-and-seek, making scrapbooks, and toasting marshmallows.
Roger Duvoisin’s watercolors bring brightness to each foggy scene, complementing the text’s celebration of childhood rainy beach vacation days.
First published in 1965, Hide and Seek Fog is one of eighteen timeless collaborations by this legendary duo.