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Foodie Faces (Hardcover)

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Description


Food, funny faces, and feelings combine in this cute and clever picture book about emotions and healthy eating.
No matter how you're feeling -- silly, grumpy, happy, or shy -- now you can see your face mirrored back on your dinner plate! Find twenty-two different emotions inside the pages of this book, made out of everything from strawberries to pita bread to carrots (and more). You'll be amazed by how real these foodie faces look . . . and might be inspired to try a new food or two!

About the Author


Bill Wurtzel has won over 200 awards for creativity, including World's Best TV Commercials. He is now a full-time visual artist.
Claire Wurtzel has been an educator for over forty years and is the Co-Educational Director of Hidden Sparks, a program that supports educators in their work with students who struggle in mainstream settings. Bill and Claire have collaborated on two books for adults, and Foodie Faces is their debut work for children. They live in New York City.

Praise For…


"Though the concept is simple, the intricacies of each face beg for closer examination, and readers might find themselves transfixed in wonder at the fantastical creations.... A visually delightful experience."—Kirkus Reviews

"Engaging.... Fresh.... Playful."
School Library Journal

"Some picture books cry out to be shared.... From cover to cover, great fun."
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Product Details
ISBN: 9780316423540
ISBN-10: 0316423548
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: June 16th, 2020
Pages: 32
Language: English

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(Young Adults 14+ to Adults) - reviewed by Isabel