By: Barbara Brenner & George Ancona
Publisher: E.P. Dutton, 1970
Age Level: 9-12
OUT OF PRINT
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.