Hearing Resources Title

Savage, Stephen. Ears. Thompson Learning, 1995

Ages 8-10
ISBN 1-56847-350-8

     From Elephant ears to the first sound a human baby hears, this vibrant book reveals the variety of ways animals hear. Readers find out how fish hear, what echolocation means, and dozens of other important facts as they compare their ears to those of other creatures.

Cole, Joanna. You Can't Smell a Flower With Your Ear! : All About Your 5 Senses. Demco Media Inc (May 1994)

Ages 6-10
ISBN: 0606068953

From Booklist
     Cole's lively text, with examples drawn from daily life, presents some quite complicated scientific information about how the five senses work. Smith's line-and-watercolor cartoons add to the fun even as they help explain the physiology. There are simple diagrams of the eye, ear, nose, and tongue, and explanations about how nerves "like wires" carry messages to the brain. Experiments encourage kids to "try this" and discover, for example, how the sense of taste gets a lot of help from the sense of smell. Words like molecules are no longer intimidating when they describe how the smell of pizza enters your nostrils. Hazel Rochman.

Parker, Steve. The Ear and Hearing. Franklin Watts; Revised edition (March 1991)

Ages 9-12
ISBN: 0531246019
  
     Examines the anatomy of the ear, how the ear receives sounds and transfers them to the brain, how to protect our hearing, and current developments in hearing aids and surgery.

Cole, Joanna, Bruce Degen (Illustrator). The Magic School Bus Explores the Senses. Scholastic Paperbacks (September 1, 2001)

Ages 5-10
ISBN: 0590446983

From School Library Journal
     When Ms. Frizzle drives away from school before receiving an important message, Mr. Wilde, the new assistant principal, hops behind the wheel of the Magic School Bus to catch her. The class jumps aboard, too, knowing full well that only the Friz can handle the bus. When Mr. Wilde flips a mysterious switch, the vehicle shrinks and lands in a police officer's eye, then a child's ear, a dog's nose, and, finally, Ms. Frizzle's mouth as she eats pizza with her mother ("We'd been chewed out by teachers before, but this was ridiculous"). The format is comfortably familiar with text boxes and dialogue balloons complementing the story. Degen's illustrations are just as exciting and exacting as usual. Another fun, fact-filled adventure in the series.Christine A. Moesch, Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, NY Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Darling, David. Sounds Interesting: The Science of Accoustics (Experiment!)Silver Burdett Pr (November 1991)

Ages 9-12
ISBN: 0875184774

      Demonstrates the principles of sound and the science of acoustics through a variety of experiments.
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