• In a lively and informal way, this entertaining book explains how our senses work and how we use them to survive. Colorful diagrams and clear, informative text describe how the ear and eye work, and how we taste and feel and smell. Fascinating information shows how babies' senses develop, and the highly developed senses of animals. Other sections of the book reveal the trickery of optical illusions, explain the unreal world of virtual reality and look at machines that can sense things for themselves.
• Ages: 8 and up • Size of book: 8 5/8 x 10 3/4 inches • Pages: 32
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