From the sweet smell of cookies baking to the stinky smell of a skunks spray, our sense of smell helps us learn about the world around us. This inviting title explains how the nose senses odors, how our sense of smell is related to our sense of taste, and how some animals use their sense of smell.
From a quiet whisper to a blaring siren, our ears keep us tuned in to the sounds around us. This engaging new title explains how our sense of hearing works, how it helps us learn about our surroundings, and how we can protect this important sense.
This book investigates how our sense of sight works, how it helps keep us safe, and how we can take care of our sense of sight. Interesting information and vivid images also explain how some insects and other animals see the world differently.
Taste buds on our tongue let us taste foods that are salty, sweet, sour, or bitter. This vibrant title explores the sense of tastefrom how our taste buds work to the different types of tastes. Readers also discover how our sense of taste is closely related to our sense of smell.
Is it smooth or rough? Is it hot or cold? Is it sharp or dull? Our sense of touch helps us learn about the things around us. This engaging title uses captivating images and accessible text to explain the sense of touch, including how our skin senses the world, how different sensations warn us of danger, and how animals use their sense of touch.
There’s much more to our ears than meets the eye! The human ear contains a chain of important links that work together to help us hear the world around us. From the ear’s tiny bones to its fluid-filled cochlea, each part is important. In this title, young readers will learn about the small wonders inside the human ear.
The human eye is a complex machine that allows us to see the wonders of the world! The fuel for this machine is light. Each part of the eye communicates with light to allow us to see. Young readers will light up as they learn about the different parts of the human eye and how they work in this fact-filled read.