About Face

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 Create a near-endless cast of characters from printed images of leaves, ribbons, coins, and a variety of other found objects. Best known for the award winning Play With Your Food books, artist Saxton Freymann has returned with another inspired bit of metamorphosis. Matched "face" pieces feature photographs of objects found at the seashore and on the streets of New York, that can be arranged to create expressive faces.


By engaging in this activity, children develop the ability to identify and express characteristics of human emotion through facial expressions they create using the pieces. This is an especially helpful process for children who struggle to relate to emotion in others, or who have difficulty expressing their own feelings.

SkillsSharpens recognition and memory skills
Age: 3+
Contains160 Object Image Cards
Box Dimensions: 6" x 7.5" x 1.5"
Illustrated bySaxton Freymann
AwardsWinner of the Oppenheim Gold Award and Snap Award

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    About the artist

    Saxton Freymann is the author and illustrator of many books featuring photographs of characters conjured from fruits and vegetables. He has also been associated with eeBoo corporation since it was founded by his wife, Mia Galison, over 25 years ago.  Thanks to Mia, Freymann is the adoring father of three wonderful children.
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