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I can tell by touching

by Otto, Carolyn.

Format: Print Book 1994
Availability: Available at 8 Libraries 8 of 9 copies
Available (8)
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C.C. Mellor Memorial Library Children Non Fiction J 152.1 Ott
Location  C.C. Mellor Memorial Library
 
Collection  Children Non Fiction
 
Call Number  J 152.1 Ott
 
 
Carnegie Library of McKeesport Children Non Fiction J 152.182 Ot8
Location  Carnegie Library of McKeesport
 
Collection  Children Non Fiction
 
Call Number  J 152.182 Ot8
 
 
Cooper-Siegel Community Library Childrens' Room j 612.8 OTT
Location  Cooper-Siegel Community Library
 
Collection  Childrens' Room
 
Call Number  j 612.8 OTT
 
 
Monroeville Public Library Juvenile Non-fiction J E 612.88 OTTO
Location  Monroeville Public Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Non-fiction
 
Call Number  J E 612.88 OTTO
 
 
Mt. Lebanon Public Library Children's Non-Fiction j 612.88 Ott
Location  Mt. Lebanon Public Library
 
Collection  Children's Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  j 612.88 Ott
 
 
Penn Hills Library Juvenile Easys E j OTT
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Collection  Juvenile Easys
 
Call Number  E j OTT
 
 
Sewickley Public Library Juvenile Nonfiction J 152.1 OTT 1994
Location  Sewickley Public Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Nonfiction
 
Call Number  J 152.1 OTT 1994
 
 
Shaler North Hills Library Juvenile Non-Fiction j 612.97 O
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  j 612.97 O
 
 
 
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South Fayette Township Library Easy Readers CHECKED OUT
Location  South Fayette Township Library
 
Collection  Easy Readers
 
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Summary
Using clear text and illustrations, this book explains the concept of the sense of touch. This is a book in a series that aims to help young readers understand science.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "/*STARRED REVIEW*/ Ages 3-6. Science writing for preschoolers doesn't get much better than this. Otto evokes the physicality of the child's experience as she gives precise, factual information about the sense of touch. Bright, clear illustrations in pen and ink, acrylic, and watercolor show a child first at the kitchen table and then on a walk outside as he talks about discovering shape, texture, and temperature in everyday things. Kids won't be able to resist acting out the text ("I feel my back against the back of the chair. . . . I feel my elbows on the kitchen table"). Otto shows that the skin is sensitive all over, but your hands tell you the most, and she suggests simple experiments to prove it. Sensuous about particulars ("I can feel my feet in my socks and my socks slipping in my shoes"), the action also reaches up and out ("I feel the earth beneath me and the hot sun overhead"). Another excellent concept book in the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series. (Reviewed November 1, 1994)0060233249Hazel Rochman"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series Let's-read-and-find-out science.
Subjects Touch -- Juvenile literature.
Touch.
Senses and sensation.
Publisher New York, NY :HarperCollins,1994
Edition 1st ed.
Contributors Westcott, Nadine Bernard.
Language English
Description 32 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 25 cm.
ISBN 0060233249 :
0060233257 (lib. bdg.)
0064451259 (pbk)
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