Cat Eyes and Dog Whistles The Five Seven Senses of Humans and Other Animals

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You won’t believe your eyes… or ears or nose….! Learn how our bodies make sense of reality in this fact packed book about sensory perception.

They say that seeing is believing – and there’s some truth in that. Highly sensitive receptor cells in our eyes, ears, noses, tongues and skin relay messages to the brain and allow us to interpret the things going on around us, creating our sense of reality. But how do our senses work? And how do they differ from the senses of other animals?

This book takes young readers step by step through the biology of each of the senses. Clear texts are peppered with fascinating facts. Did you know that, unlike the other senses, smells are delivered directly to the parts of our brain that are responsible for memory and emotion, meaning that smells can trigger feelings in a way that sight or sound can’t? Did you know that a cow has about 250,000 taste buds, compared to 5,000 of a human, and a mere 30 of a chicken? Or that earwax is 80% dead skin?---from the publisher

60 pages                                      978-1800660137                              Ages 6-12

Keywords:  five senses, hearing, sight, sound, touch, taste, information, narrative nonfiction, 8 year old, 9 year old, 10 year old, 11 year old, 12 year old, human body, science, Science Curriculum

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