In this junior version of Joan Steiner's award-winning Look-Alikes, everyday places (such as houses, movie theaters, and kitchens) are constructed from everyday objects (such as crackers, pencils, pretzels, and seashells). Simple, rhyming text accompanies the clever pictures ("To Look-Alike Land! We're blasting full throttle/ On a spaceship that looks like a THERMOS BOTTLE."), but the real focus is the puzzle of identifying the more than 700 objects in the 11 crisply photographed double-page scenes. Younger children will enjoy this book with a parent, discovering such anomalies as train wheels made from daisies and curtains made from lasagna noodles. Older children may enjoy playing competitive games, such as taking turns finding look-alikes or racing to see who can find the most in a set amount of time. (Ages 2 to 10) --Richard FarrSteiner, Joan is the author of 'Look-Alikes Jr ', published 2003 under ISBN 9780316713474 and ISBN 0316713473.