Busy Bunnies' Five Senses (Hello Reader! Science Series)

Busy Bunnies' Five Senses (Hello Reader! Science Series)

by Teddy Slater, Maggie Swanson

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Children's Literature - Children's Literature
One bunny uses his tongue to taste an ice cream cone. A second bunny smell luscious flowers with her nose. Friends touch with their skin while dancing. Another bunny uses his long ears to hear lyrics. We learn that taste can be salty, bitter, sour or sweet. Smells can be inviting or invasive! Our sense of touch tells us when something is smooth, rough, hard or soft. Our sense of hearing comes alive at an electrifying parade. Bunnies' ears perk up when friends whisper. The sense of sight is great for recognizing a bright orange carrot, a friendly shade tree or the small sparkle of a grain of sand. Written for pre-schoolers, the message is concise and the pictures are inviting. Little ones will learn sight and sound words while becoming acquainted with their bodies and the joy of reading. Especially helpful are Scholastic's before, during and after reading strategies for parents. 1999, Scholastic, Ages 3 to 6, $3.99. Reviewer: Leslie Julian

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Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
Hello Reader! Science Series
Product dimensions:
5.84(w) x 8.88(h) x 0.25(d)
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Age Range:
3 - 6 Years

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