Science in Action: The Senses - Smell
Author(s): Sally Hewitt
How can you smell? How does your nose work? What is it made of?
The ideal first introduction to the five senses, Science in Action explores the human body using fun experiments and activities. Senses provide all sorts of information about
what is going on around us. The activities in Science In Action encourage young readers
to understand how each of their senses work, for example by making their own sound
waves or trying a series of optical illusions. Clear and simple text helps explain tricky scientific topics such as how the tongue tastes different flavours and how our eyes work.
Using simple explanations and engaging photos, this book encourages children to think about how their senses work, while taking their first steps into scientific discovery.
SALLY HEWITT worked as a primary school teacher for ten years before she became a full-time writer of non-fiction books for children. Sally has written over 250 books on a wide range of topics and frequently visits schools and libraries giving talks and co-ordinating workshops. She writes on a variety of subjects, including science, maths and music.
- : 9781784934675
- : Quarto Publishing Group UK
- : QED Publishing
- : June 2016
- : 240mm X 210mm
- : United Kingdom
- : January 2017
- : books
- : Sally Hewitt
- : Other book format
- : 117
- : 612.86
- : 24