K-Gr 3 Basic information about the senses in a question-and-answer format. The information is accurate, but pedestrian cartoon illustrations may mislead some readers (for example, a brain with a face and hands identifies a sound in Hearing, and insects with four legs walk upright, clasp hands, and spray perfume in Smelling ). These are slight volumes with minimal content. Broekel's Your Five Senses (Childrens, 1984) or Aliki's My Five Senses (Crowell, 1962) are better choices. Older readers will prefer Brian Ward's series on the senses, which includes The Eye and Sight (1981); The Ear and Hearing (1981); and Touch, Taste and Smell (1982, all Watts). Kathryn Weisman, Willowbrook School, Glenview, Ill.