There are so many different things to touch - some are hard, some are soft; some are smooth and some are rough. Find out how your sense of touch allows you to feel all these incredible things all around. Discover how blind people use their sense of touch to read, how a mole's whiskers help it to find food and how you can tell how hot or cold something is by touching it with your fingertips. Large, fascinating photographs help to bring the straightforward text to life and a colourful diagram clearly explains how humans are able to feel things. Two pages of activities encourage children to interact with the world around them through their senses.
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The author, Kay Woodward, is an experienced children's author, who has written over twenty non-fiction and fiction titles.
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