(The book is about finding hearts/love in everything but there's no heart on the cover. Hmm.)
Find It in Everything is a collection of photographs by Drew Barrymore (yup; that Drew Barrymore) that contain hearts found in everyday situations. Some are kind of unique, like a photograph of a break in the clouds that forms a heart. And a sun spot on a cat. But others are kind of weird. Like a piece of trash, a straw wrapper, that happens to have fallen in such a way that it vaguely resembles a heart.
There are maybe 15 photos in the whole freaking book, and half that many words. (I'm estimating, but really: it's the most ephemeral book I've ever picked up and I work in a children's library.) There were two photos where I wouldn't have found the heart without the caption to tell me where to look.
I borrowed a copy for free from my library and spent about ten minutes on it. I just kind of expected more.