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Stinky Spike the pirate dog

"When Spike finds himself adrift at sea he is rescued by a crew of surly pirates, who spend their days hunting for treasure. Spike knows that he was meant to sniff out treasure, but his sense of smell leads him to some unusual treasure"--Provided by publisher.

Stinky Spike and the royal rescue

"Stinky Spike the dog and Captain Fishbeard the pirate are thick as thieves now that Spike has proved his treasure-sniffing ability. When Spike and his crew come across a sign offering a reward for finding the Princess's lost poodle, they can hardly resist. Surely finding a fluffy royal pooch can't be very difficult? When blundering pirates are involved, things never go according to plan"--Provided by publisher.

The big stink

Something in Miss Winkle's classroom smells really bad, and when the class bully declares that it must be the new boy, Pablo, Pedro steps in to defend him--but the class still needs to know what is causing the stench and dispose of it.

Cells, Tissues, and Organs

Cells are the building blocks of life. Tissues are a group of similar types of cells that perform similar functions. Organs are combinations of similar tissues. Discover more in Cells.

The science of the senses

Taste, touch, sight, hearing, and smell: these five senses help us navigate the world, process information about our surroundings, and stimulate responses in our bodies. Readers will learn the science behind our amazing senses in this innovative book.

"Smelly" Kelly and his super senses

how James Kelly's nose saved the New York City subway
"James Kelly smelled EVERYTHING: rats in the shed; circus elephants a mile away; tomorrow's rain. His sense of smell was EXTRAORDINARY. But what good was a powerful nose? How could his super-sniffer make him special? In the New York City subway, James found his calling--and earned the nickname Smelly Kelly. Armed with his super-sniffer and the tools he invented, he tracked down leaks from the dangerous to the disgusting, from the comical to the bizarre. Then, he sprang into action to prevent cave-ins and explosions in the tunnels beneath the city. Smelly Kelly not only hunted leaks but also saved lives--and he discovered the truly extraordinary power inside him"--OCLC.

Super gross stinky, smelly projects

Introduces readers to their nose and how it works and why smell is important, also provides simple instructions and photos on how to make projects inspired by gross smells.

The scent keeper

"Emmeline lives on a remote island with her father, who teaches her about the natural world through her senses. What he won't explain are the mysterious scents stored in the drawers that line the walls of their cabin, or the origin of the machine that creates them. One day the unforeseen happens, and Emmeline is vaulted out into the real world-- a place of love, betrayal, ambition, and revenge. To understand her past, Emmeline must unlock the clues to her identity, a quest that challenges the limits of her heart and imagination"--Adapted from dust jacket.

Nose knows

wild ways animals smell the world
"Lift the flaps to find out how rabbits, giraffes, snails, clown fish, lions, dogs, bees, and more use scent to find family or food, to leave messages for friends, and to warn away rivals"--Back cover.

Smell =

[Sunghn?] : English-Urdu
Illustrations and rhyming text help children discover two languages while learning about the sense and sensation of smell.
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