Find a Face by Francois Robert

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If you look hard enough, you can find a face in the most unexpected places: on a light switch, a shoe, a cardboard box, or a map. Look around. They're everyplace! With its funny illustrations, colorful design and playful die-cut cover, this is a book that will tickle the funny bones of readers of all ages.

About Francois Robert

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Francois Robert was born in Switzerland, where he studied and worked in graphic design. Francois and Jane Gittings now run their own photography studio in Arizona.Jean Robert is a graphic designer who lives in Zurich.
Published September 15, 2004 by Chronicle Books. 36 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Children's Books.

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Each is portrayed in a big, bright, page-filling color photo against a blank background, identified on its page in a tiny upside-down key (“We’re paper clips!” “I’m a wrench!”), and accompanied by a short, bouncy rhyme in very big type: “We’re orange, / yellow, / blue and / brown.

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Poetic verse accompanies photos of inanimate objects that take on anthropomorphic features in Find a Face by Francois and Jean Robert, with Jean Gittings.

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