This booklist was contributed by Appleton Public Library Children's Services Staff, 9/08
Hard Soft(2001)Uses everyday examples, such as a baseball and a beach ball, to demonstrate the contrast between hard and soft objects.
I Can Tell by Touching(1994)Explains how the sense of touch helps to identify everyday objects and familiar surroundings.
Texture(1997)Photographs introduce a variety of textures such as wet (a glass of orange juice), ridged (corduroy), and scaly (reptile skin).
Tickly Prickly(1999)This book helps children explore the variety of textures around them, from a crawling insect to a whiskery bunny.
Touch(1997)Explains the sense of touch, including a discussion of the skin and nerve endings.
Touch the Poem(2000)A collection of poems about the sense of touch including a baby's foot in one's palm, peach fuzz on the lip, and the forehead against a cold window.
Touching(2006)"Explains the sense of touch how the skin works as a sense organ"--Provided by publisher.
Touching(2006)What are my senses? -- What do I use to touch? -- How does my sense of touch work? -- What can I touch? -- How does touching help me? -- What can I do to help my sense of touch? -- How can I look after my sense of touch? -- Animals touch, too! -- Test your sense of touch -- Touching is super!