Two eyes, two ears, a nose, a mouth. Your face, mine, everybody's face. Are they all the same? No. All different. Eyes are for seeing. But we see things differently. Ears are for listening. We hear sounds differently. A good smell to you may be a bad one to me. And taste depends on what you like. Our senses--the same for all, and yet--we're all different. George Ancona's expressive photographs capture both the sameness and variety in the human face. And his design of the book melds text and photographs together beautifully.
Publisher: E.P. Dutton, 1970
Age Level: 9-12