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Smelling

From the Series The Five Senses

The sense of smell is one of the most interesting human senses! A familiar scent may trigger forgotten memories. The smell of smoke warns of danger. The smell of cooking food may cause hunger! This is all thanks to the relationship between the nose and the brain. Young readers will unlock the mysteries of the human nose in this sweet title.

Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
Category Leveled Readers
Subject Blastoff! Readers Level 3, Science and Math
Copyright 2018
Publisher Bellwether Media
Imprint Blastoff! Readers
Blastoff! Readers Level 3
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2018-01-01
Reading Counts! Level 3.3
Reading Counts! Quiz Q72871
Reading Counts! Points 1.0
BISACS JNF013060, JNF051030
Dewey 612.8
Graphics Full-color photographs
Dimensions 6.5 x 9
Lexile 580
Guided Reading Level L
ATOS Reading Level 2.8
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 193066
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
Features Glossary of key words, Index, and Table of contents

Reviews

Smelling

Young readers know when things smell beautiful or gross, and in this entry in the Five Sense series (5 titles), they’ll get an approachable introduction to how people smell and why it’s important. Readers will follow scent molecules as they float through the air and come into contact with the nasal cavity, and they’ll learn the role the brain plays in tallowing people to perceive and recognize scents. Illustrated diagrams show the path scent molecules take, and photographs of people using their sense of smell help to illustrate how this sense can warn of danger. Lists of print and internet resources include books about how animals use their own extraordinary sense of smell. A good introductory resource on the process of smelling and the benefits of this sense.

Author: Lisa Owings