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Senses and sensation—Juvenile literature. Cities and towns— Juvenile literature. R66 Touch the elevator button. Smell the flowers at a corner store. Taste a giant, warm pretzel. Touch the pole in the subway car.
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Hear a train passing by. Taste special foods from all over the world. Smell the ripe fruit at a street stand.
See the tall buildings. Hear the musicians playing to a crowd. Taste a cookie from a neighborhood bakery. Smell the fish at the local market. See the dolphins at the science museum. Touch the metal parking meter. Smell the garbage on pickup day. About this Item: Holiday House, Condition: As New. Book in almost Brand New condition. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5.
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Condition: New. Dispatched, from the UK, within 48 hours of ordering. This book is in Brand New condition. Seller Inventory CHL More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. Language: English.
Brand new Book. Eye-popping photographs, a guessing game, and fascinating facts come together to introduce vision to young readers. Who am I? As children guess which animal belongs to each eye, they will discover how every animal has a unique and amazing way of seeing. Snakes have clear eyelids that do not open or close. A scallop has hundreds of eyes around the edge of its shell. Parrots and goldfish can see colors that are invisible to humans.
Even though spiders have eight eyes, they don't see well at all! In addition to facts about animal vision, this book also includes a clear explanation of how human eyes work, a labeled diagram of a human eye, a glossary, and an index. Seller Inventory AA More information about this seller Contact this seller 7.
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More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Published by Holiday House, United States Children share their love for farm animals in a hard-to-find Guided Reading Level A nonfiction reader from an award-winning photographer. I like the piglet. Young readers will learn to identify adult farm animals with their babies and will enjoy the children's looks of happiness and wonder at being close to creatures big and small.
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New copy - Usually dispatched within 2 working days. Seller Inventory B About this Item: Paperback. Need a custom booklist? Book - Discusses how the senses work and how to make sure that they do not get damaged. Show less. I Hear. What different sounds do you hear throughout the day? How about a phone ringing, a bee buzzing or even your heartbeat? We live in a world bombarded by noi Show more What different sounds do you hear throughout the day?
We live in a world bombarded by noise and we don't always think too much about the sounds we hear or enjoy listening to. This is a book of colourful and creative imagery highlighting some of the different sounds that fill our day.
I Hear A Pickle. Children explore their five senses, learning what they can see, smell, hear, touch, and taste.
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Unknown - Whose Eye Am I? This introduction to how humans and other animals see also includes an interactive game in which readers guess which eye belongs to which animal. This Beach Is Loud! A sensitive boy gets overwhelmed by all the sights, sounds, and sensations at the beach, but his dad has a trick to help his son face these unexpected obstacles. Cold, Crunchy, Colorful. Seeing brightly colored flowers, hearing nuts go "crunch," and feeling cold ice cream on your tongue--we use our senses to explore the world.
How many ways to use your senses can you find in this book? I See. What happens when you look through a magnifying glass? What can you see in the dark? What can an owl see? Young children discover the sense of seeing in people and animals in this simple yet deceptively clever book. The Sense of Hearing. Learn surprising and true facts about your sense of hearing. The Sense of Touch.
Learn surprising and true facts about your sense of touch. I Smell.