What can you see in a dark room when you've just turned out the light? How far away can you hear a sound? Is there a special place in your mouth where you can taste?
In this book of experiments, the author leads young scientists to find out for themselves about the five senses. Each of the projects begins with a series of questions that with the help of illustration will lead the reader toward a method of finding the answer.
Only simple household materials and healthy curiosity are required to find out not only about the five senses but, more important, about how a scientist works.