Children's Literature - Marilyn CourtotOur sense of touch is amazing because it affects not just our hands, but for most people every surface of the body contains sense receptors. Our toes can feel the softness of sand or hardness of stone. Our hands can feel wet grass or "icky, sticky, goo." A nose can feel the cold snow falling on a winter's day. Silk feels soft against our skin, be it pajamas, the pillow, or a scarf. Ii is a lot of fun to grab paper and make it all crunchy and scrunchy. But best of all is a soft warm towel after a bath, and being accompanied by a fuzzy, stuffed animal to curl up with at night. Kubler presents these sensations with a series of pencil and watercolor illustrations featuring a charming variety of children of various ethnicities and both sexes. This title is part of an engaging board book series about the senses. Reviewer: Marilyn Courtot
Brilliant board books for toddlers based around senses. Exploring the concept of touch, this title features familiar scenes and fun words to encourage lively chatter.
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