Author/photographer Arlene Alda has produced yet another brilliantly simple rhyming safari â€” this time in search of faces in unusual places. These faces are found on buildings, in trees, mailboxes, and fountains. Coy, funny, grumpy, comical, or sad, they are almost anywhere a childâ€™s imagination wants to go. Whimsical text heightens the search and helps us find the unusual characters who are quietly gathered all around us. Aldaâ€™s unique through-the-lens perceptions will launch young children on a visual adventure that just might be hard to return from. The easy-to-read text and trampe dâ€™oeil photos make Here a Face, There a Face perfect for the young or young at heart. This is Arlene Aldaâ€™s third, and perhaps her most clever photographic essay. Look for The Book of ZZZs and Did You Say Pears?