Sensational Senses by Patricia Macnair
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How do our senses work? What is an optical illusion? Why aren’t many foods blue? Welcome to the Sensational Theme Park, where eye-popping facts and information about seeing, hearing, smell, taste, touch, and balance are ready to be discovered. Science is both fun and accessible in this interactive book. Flip the flaps to reveal simple diagrams, surprising facts, and clear explanations about how we make sense of the world.

About Patricia Macnair

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Dr. Patricia Macnair is a physician and health journalist. Richard Watson is the illustrator of In One End and Out the Other.
Published May 1, 2016 by Egmont UK. 14 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Macnair uses the backdrop of a day at an amusement park to explore the five traditional senses (sight, hearing, taste, touch, small), as well as the sense of balance, in an oversize board book that fe

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Gr 1–3—Boasting more than 50 flaps, this effort to encourage readers to learn about the senses as they discover facts about the human body is an amusing experience. With spreads dedicated to sight, hearing, balance, smell and taste, and touch, this lift-the-flap book will have readers occupied fo...

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