The item in the middle is a poster puppet I made from poster board as a classroom visual about "sharing the load". I used a child's coloring book for the image pattern. The mouth on the wagon slides up and down to open and close (from the rear). The wagon's handle is cut from poster board and fastened with a paper fastener so it can swing to the front. I used many such poster puppet s as teaching aids and actually taught a workshop on the subject at the FCM Convention one year.
Note: The carved 3-D Indian head on the frame was made by a woodcarver in South America and given to us by a returning missionary. The Charlie picture is an original drawing by David Miller. It also has an open and close mouth operated by a pull string below the lower edge of the frame.