• Below, you will find a list of books that reinforce the theamatic unit of "The Five Senses". You can read these books to your child as a review of the material. The books can be found in the library or purchased on all major online websites. Happy reading! 

  • Here Are My Hands (Owlet Book)

    by Bill Martin Jr. (Author), John Archambault Year Published: 1989

    Ideally suited to the board-book format, Here Are My Hands invites very young children to respond spontaneously and creatively as they learn the parts of the body. The rhyming text and bold illustrations do more than name the eyes, ears, nose, and toes. By featuring children of many different backgrounds, the book quietly celebrates the commonality of people around the world.

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  • Look, Listen, Taste, Touch, and Smell: Learning About Your Five Senses (The Amazing Body)

    by Pamela Hill Nettleton Year Published: 2004

    Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching ― our bodies do all kinds of amazing things! In this delightful and educational picture book, author Pamela Hill Nettlet, along with illustrator Becky Shipe, give children an exciting, colorful introduction to the five sense ― sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch ― and the organs that perform these functions. A must for any emerging science fan.

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  • My Five Senses

    by Aliki Year Published: 1960

    Sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch—our five senses teach us about our world. Beloved author-illustrator Aliki’s simple, engaging text and colorful artwork show young readers how they use their senses to smell a rose or play with a puppy.

    Now rebranded with a new cover look, this bestselling picture book invites young readers to use each of their five senses to explore the world around them. Both text and artwork were expert-reviewed for accuracy.

    As Children's Books and Their Creators put it: Aliki "treats complex topics clearly and succinctly while providing lively pictures, with informative details and humorous elements often appearing in 'balloons.'" 

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