In all my years studying human perception it was all about the eyes and ears, with touch coming in a distant third. And now there’s a children’s book that captures these and another important sense – smell – through the nose of a real life rescue dog. Told simply and illustrated in elegant brush strokes, Mo Smells Red follows the color smelling nose of Mo as he experiences different objects in the world. And via cut out pages that reveal press-able objects (each with a nontoxic scent-dispensing packet underneath), little ones can join Mo in smelling strawberries, roses, and other red delights. Clearly, the sense of smell is powerful; it’s not uncommon to find Laurel with her nose - literally - in this book.
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*Three lucky winners will receive a copy of Mo Smells Red + a Mo tote.