All About Faces

All About Faces

by La ZOO
     
 

Is there any part of the body that fascinates young readers as much as the face? It's the first thing that children see when they look in the mirror. On the same person, the face can smile, cry, show happiness, and show anger. How does that happen? How do all the parts work together? This remarkable book, using easy words and delightful pictures, explains the face

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Is there any part of the body that fascinates young readers as much as the face? It's the first thing that children see when they look in the mirror. On the same person, the face can smile, cry, show happiness, and show anger. How does that happen? How do all the parts work together? This remarkable book, using easy words and delightful pictures, explains the face and its many parts in simple scientific terms and concepts that young minds can grasp.

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Publishers Weekly
This interactive book, created by a Japanese graphic design firm, explores the human face using simple, accessible images that resemble images kids might draw with a computer painting program. Readers can interpret facial expressions (“What are these faces telling you?”), lift a child's face away to reveal a cheery skull underneath, and, on wipe-off pages, use crayons to apply makeup to a woman and a girl. On another spread, a group of children play pretend (“Give yourself long ears and pretend to be a bunny”). The hands-on elements will likely inspire activities beyond the pages. Ages 3–up. (Oct.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934734063
Publisher:
Seven Footer Entertainment LLC
Publication date:
10/27/2009
Pages:
28
Sales rank:
1,295,282
Product dimensions:
9.50(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
3 Years

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