This unique coloring and activity book takes a fascinating look at how our tongues can detect a variety of flavors. Easy-to-color, full-page illustrations and activities explain why some foods taste sweet and others sour and explore how animals' palates differ from ours. Educational fun for ages 5 to... read more
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This unique coloring and activity book takes a fascinating look at how our tongues can detect a variety of flavors. Easy-to-color, full-page illustrations and activities explain why some foods taste sweet and others sour and explore how animals' palates differ from ours. Educational fun for ages 5 to 8.
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