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Little Bunny Follows His Nose

by Katherine Howard

Other authors: J.P. Miller (Illustrator)

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By scratching and sniffing treated strips disguised as part of the illustrations, the reader experiences the same smells as Little Bunny when he follows his nose through the countryside.
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This would be hard book to read in to students as it requires that each child small the page and help identify what the smell is. This is great for individual students and their learning of senses and how to use their smell sense. ( )
  Mmarcel2011 | Apr 27, 2013 |
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One day, after lunch, Little Bunny's mother said, "Why don't you go out and play?"
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