Originally published in 1962 as a Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Book, this offers basically the same format and information, though the framework story differs. Originally the text was a first-person narrative by a boy who looks at his eyes in the car's rearview mirror while waiting for his mother to finish shopping. Now a boy thinks about his eyes and other peoples' eyes as he looks in the bathroom mirror and begins a new day. Galdone's depiction of an African American boy as narrator (in the original book) was unusual for its day and will be missed in the new edition, though Kelley's lively, full-color illustrations certainly brighten the pages. Still a good picture book for primary grade classrooms studying the senses.