If you are familiar with Klee's museum work, this book will knock your socks off! I was on an art holiday in SoCal, not having yet had a chance to look through the Norton-Simon Museum, and I discovered this book. I had to work at associating Klee's work that I knew with the material in this book. These puppets are insight to the mythology of his family and his ethnic and cultural history. These are raw and sweet. I was quite taken aback. I thought is this the doodle guy who occasionally draws happy faces? Okay. A gross characterization. But these very intimate pieces provide an insight into the personal world of Paul Klee and a sense of play and delight. Hard to believe these were never catalogued as a part of his oeuvre. With a grandmother of 92, with a rich history, I may work, her and I, on a few puppets. Inspiring.