I see faces in houses. Windows, doors, and other exterior objects are perfect for creating eyes, mouths, and full expressions. In Here a Face, There a Face, Arlene Alda uses pictures of common items to show how faces are all around us. Some of the pictures are amusing, some are clever, some are expected, and some are difficult to recognize as faces. I think this book would resonate most deeply with particularly imaginative children who like to look at the world a little bit differently.
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Read it with:
Thomas the Tank Engine Story Collection by Rev. W. Awdry
The Book of ZZZs by Arlene Alda
Hot Cold Shy Bold by Pamela Harris
Hello, Goodbye by Arlene Alda
Can You Make a Scary Face by Jan Thomas