The Five Senses by Hervé Tullet

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Seeing, hearing, taste, touch and smell are the ways children explore their world. This charming book is a kaleidoscope of colour and quirky design ideas, including a selection of noses, a distorting mirror, a Braille alphabet and a page of forks specially adapted for eating peas. Packed with humour and originality it is guaranteed to tickle the senses of readers of all ages.

About Hervé Tullet

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Laura Hambleton is the author and illustrator of "I'm Afraid Too!," "Welcome to the Lizard Lounge," "Chameleon Swims," and "Chameleon Races," the coauthor of "Telling Tails" and "Strawberry Bullfrog," and the illustrator of "Telling Tails, How Bees Be," "English with Abby and Zak," "French with Abby and Zak," and "Ece ve Efe ile Turkce," Sedat Turhan is the creator of the "Milet Picture Dictionary," "Milet Mini Picture Dictionary," and the Milet Flashwords series and is the founding director of Milet. He lives in Chicago. Herve Tullet is the author and illustrator of numerous children's books, including "Alphabet Poem," "Blue & Square," "The Five Senses," "Yellow & Round," "Night and Day," and "Pink Lemon.
Published December 20, 2005 by Tate Publishing. 144 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Using freely drawn shapes, a few words of commentary, blinding colors and a playful postmodern sensibility, Tullet crafts visual extravaganzas in celebration of the five senses—plus one.

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Tullet playfully prods readers to notice their sensory experiences in this mixed-media mélange. Rather than define each sense literally, he loosely groups images under "see," "he

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