Like The Turn About, Think About, Look About Book (1980): simple images that look like something different from each direction. But whereas most of the examples in the previous volume presented four recognizablse objects, that's true of only a minority here: the ""Teddy-bear foot,"" say, that turns into a ""Pipe bowl,"" a ""Periscope,"" and a ""Lamp."" Some combine the unrecognizable, the unknown, and the unimaginative: ""Finger holding fish hook, Horse's tail, Industrial hook, Captain Hook."" There's also a certain lameness about the play on forms: ""Jumping into a hole, Running into a cave, Toothache, Running out of a cave."" On the other hand, when ""Close-up view of an all-day sucker"" (yellow spiral, inside orange) ultimately becomes ""Yellow brick road,"" you've seen something. Partly the kind of rote tricksiness that exasperates, partly the kind of ingenuity that energizes.