Aliki. (1962). My five senses. New York: Harper Collins Publishers.
This book gives a good overview of the five senses and explains that sometimes we use just one or two senses, sometimes all five.
Aliki. (1962). My hands. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell.
Describes the parts of the hand and all the things our hands help us to do.
Brighton, C. (1984). My hands, my world. New York: MacMillan Publishers.
Allington, R., L., Cowles, K., & Thrun, R. (1980).
Brown, M.T. (1979). Arthur's eyes. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
Arthur's friends tease him when he gets glasses, but soon learns to wear them with pride.
Brown, M. T. (1976). Arthur's nose. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
Unhappy with his nose, Arthur visits the rhinologist to get a new one.
Cole, J. W., & Welch, K. (1977). My nose knows.
Oklahoma City: Economy Company.
Sniffwell is told that his nose is for smelling, and he learns to enjoy the smells found in his environment.
Leaf, M. (1962). Ferdinando the bull. New York: Scholastic.
Ferdinando, unlike other bulls, prefers to sit and smell the flowers, rather than display his strength and ferociousness.
Martin, B. Jr. (1970). Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
A predictable rhyming book that explores sight, colors, animals, etc., in an entertaining manner.
Miller, Margaret. (1998). My Five Senses. Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
A simple introduction to the five senses and how they help us experience the world around us.
Rius, M., Parram¨®n, J. M., & Puig, J. J. (1985). The five senses: Hearing. Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Series.
A short scientific explanation of our sense of hearing, with a diagram of the ear.
Rius, M., Parram¨®n, J. M., & Puig, J. J. (1985). The five senses: Taste. Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Series.
A short scientific explanation of our sense of taste.
Roca, Nuria (2006). 5 Senses. Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Beginning readers follow the activities of two children who take delight in discovering the world around them.