¡ QUÉ OJOS TAN CURIOSOS TIENES!
"Children Non Fiction"
Romina Carnevale and Paola Vetere. Illustrated by Martina Trach
Romina has a PhD in Biology and was trained in education and scientific communication. She writes in popular magazines and organizes activities for the popular science programs of the Buenos Aires University. She enjoys nature, writing, and popularizing science through art. She teaches classes in schools and teacher training courses. Paola has a degree in Biology and works in the research and development of new drugs. She loves to read and cook and she knows from her own experience that doing b...
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We get an idea of what the world is like through our senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. Thanks to our eyesight, we can find our way around in space, judge how far away objects are, know what things look like, enjoy landscapes… and much, much more. We use our eyes to see the world. They are the only organs that allow us to.
How do you see what you see? Can all animals see? Do they see the same thing you do? Can they see because they have eyes, or do they have other ways of seeing? Find out with your own eyes!