Take a big look at little things with this edition of FACES Magazine. From small cities and little people to miniature trees and tiny fiddles, you’ll see how size really doesn’t matter when it comes to all things that are cool and interesting.
Bigger isn’t always better. In fact, try this on for size: engineers at the University of Michigan created a COMPUTER in 2018 that is smaller than a grain of rice! Fun facts like that make up this the focus of FACES Magazine. You’ll learn about the smallest animals, the smallest continent, a very small city, tiny trees, tiny homes, tiny books, and more. Complete with stunning photographs, entertaining puzzles and games, excellent stories and more, you won’t believe how big small things can be.
Enjoy features including:
· The Toy Trains of India by Deepa Jain
· Vatican City Today by Cyndy Hall
· Bonsai: Tiny Trees on High Alert by Mary Beth Cox
· An Interview with the Ant Man by Pat Betteley
· Madurodam “The Little City with a Smile” by Rachel Kehoe
· Tiny Houses, Big Possibilities by Marcia Amidon Lusted
· Spirit Houses All Around by Gloria W. Lannom
· Knee-high Man Wants to Be Sizable by E. Angelica Whitmal
· The Pocket Fiddle by Max Scheinblu
Regular features of FACES Magazine include High Five, At a Glance, Critter Corner, Where in the World, A Closer Look, Your Turn, Dear Kylie, Art Connection, Say What?, One Last Face, Contest, and a crossword puzzle.