How do our noses detect the fragrance of flowers and freshly baked cookies? How do dogs, fish, and other animals use their noses to find food and sense danger? With engaging pictures to color, counting games, and other activities, kids learn fascinating facts about the sense of smell. Educational fun... read more
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How do our noses detect the fragrance of flowers and freshly baked cookies? How do dogs, fish, and other animals use their noses to find food and sense danger? With engaging pictures to color, counting games, and other activities, kids learn fascinating facts about the sense of smell. Educational fun for ages 5 to 8.
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