Forest Friends' Five Senses by Cristina Garelli

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How do you use your five senses, and what do you do if something goes wrong with them? The forest friends — Hawk, Rabbit, Bear, Skunk, and Squirrel — know, and their stories show children what happens when a sense needs a little help to work better. When Hawk bumps into a mountain, Owl prescribes glasses. When Skunk catches a cold, Owl gives him syrup to help him smell again. And when Squirrel gets a paw full of thorns, Owl pulls them out and Squirrel learns to be more careful about what he touches!

Just right for preschoolers, these friendly animals and their entertaining stories teach children about their senses and what to do when they need fixing!

About Cristina Garelli

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Cristina Garelli and Francesca Chessa both grew up in Italy.
Published November 13, 2001 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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In this tale from the team behind Farm Friends Clean Up, five forest inhabitants gather around the campfire and take turns responding to Boar's prompt, "Who has a story about one of the five senses?"

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