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Fragrant as a Flower: I Wonder Why (Set of 5)

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Follow your nose! This book invites you to learn what your
sense of smell can teach you as you amble around town. Go along as a little boy
listens to his dad's tale about taking in the deliciousness of a pastry shop,
the woodsy smells of a timber yard, the nose-wrinkling stink of street repairs,
the sweet scents of flower and fruit markets, and the freshness of spring on
its way. You'll agree when he says, "Everywhere I go, there is a new smell to
know." Then you can go exploring with your own nose! Fragrant as a Flower is part of the I Wonder Why book
series, written to ignite the curiosity of children in Years F-3 while
encouraging them to become avid readers.

Set of 5

Follow your nose! This book invites you to learn what your sense of smell can teach you as you amble around town. Go along as a little boy listens to his dad's tale about taking in the deliciousness of a pastry shop, the woodsy smells of a timber yard, the nose-wrinkling stink of street repairs, the sweet scents of flower and fruit markets, and the freshness of spring on its way. You'll agree when he says, "Everywhere I go, there is a new smell to know." Then you can go exploring with your own nose!

Fragrant as a Flower is part of the I Wonder Why book series, written to ignite the curiosity of children in Years F-3 while encouraging them to become avid readers. These books explore the marvels of the senses of smell, sight, hearing and related phenomena. Included in each volume is a Parent/Teacher Handbook with coordinating activities. The I Wonder Why series is written by award-winning science educators.

This book is sold as a set of five.

  • Lawrence Lowery

    Lawrence Lowery

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Additional Information

SKU NST1117
ISBN NST1117
Publish date 21/03/2017
ascd video No