I Hear a Pickle: and Smell, See, Touch, & Taste It, Too!

I Hear a Pickle: and Smell, See, Touch, & Taste It, Too!

Rachel Isadora / Sep 17, 2019

I Hear a Pickle and Smell See Touch Taste It Too Isadora s book about the five senses is aimed perfectly at another sense kids sense of humor The Horn Book starred reviewCaldecott Honor winner Rachel Isadora s sweet and simple introduction to the f

  • Title: I Hear a Pickle: and Smell, See, Touch, & Taste It, Too!
  • Author: Rachel Isadora
  • ISBN: 9780399160493
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Isadora s book about the five senses is aimed perfectly at another sense kids sense of humor The Horn Book, starred reviewCaldecott Honor winner Rachel Isadora s sweet and simple introduction to the five senses is perfect for the youngest children, who will recognize themselves in charming vignettes portraying a wide range of childhood activities Hearing, smelling, Isadora s book about the five senses is aimed perfectly at another sense kids sense of humor The Horn Book, starred reviewCaldecott Honor winner Rachel Isadora s sweet and simple introduction to the five senses is perfect for the youngest children, who will recognize themselves in charming vignettes portraying a wide range of childhood activities Hearing, smelling, seeing, touching, tasting our five senses allow us to experience the world in so many ways With our ears we hear the birds sing with our nose we smell the stinky cheese with our eyes we see the moon and stars and sometimes glasses help us see even better with our skin we feel the rain and learn not to touch the hot stove and with our tongue we can taste our favorite foods Isadora s lively art reveals the power and delight of each sense.

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    About "Rachel Isadora"

      • Rachel Isadora

        Rachel Isadora is an award winning children s author and illustrator She has written children s books on multiple topics including ballet, life in America and Africa, and has illustrated several Brother Grimm tales in an African setting She is most well known for her Caldecott Honor Award book Ben s Trumpet She was a ballet dancer before she became an illustrator and children s writer.


    565 Comments

    1. A sensory overload with great illustrations and each page filled with lovely adjectives to describe taste, smell, touch, hear, and see.


    2. Doesn't have a plot, but talks about all the ways you can process sensory information: hear, smell, see, touch, taste. It gives various examples of each sense, including things not to do (like a little kid touching the outlet!). Fun little pictures.



    3. A book about your senses, this picture book invites the youngest of children to think about their senses and the many ways they use them in life. Starting with hearing, the book offers examples of different things that children may hear in their day like birds, bees and waves. There are also things you can’t hear, like worms. There are loud and soft noises too. Smelling has good smells like soap and bad smells like sneakers and baby diapers. Sight offers light and dark, the joy of wearing glas [...]


    4. This is a great introduction to the five senses for younger readers. The author presents the five senses in a large-format featuring several small pictures of children on every spacious double-page spread. Each of the book’s five sections focuses on one of the senses, illustrated by a large, multicultural cast of toddler and preschool characters which was really nice to see. Like the simple texts, the illustrations are also whimsical and charming. The white space on the pages allow the reader [...]


    5. This is a book which serves the main purpose for teaching young children about the senses. The title was so cute, I couldn't resist, and I would definitely say it works for the two to four year age group. Any children older than that would have a difficult time staying interested. There is no storyline, and the book only focuses on each of the senses, one-at-a-time. The book starts off with one of the senses in bold at the top of the page followed by some small illustrations with some things tha [...]


    6. I would recommend this book for the primary grades, second through third grade. I would categorize this book as contemporary realistic fiction.I’m not going to lie, when I first picked up the book I was really confused with the title. My first thought was, “how do you hear a pickle?” But once I opened the book, I was pleasantly surprised! I just taught a lesson on the five senses, and wished that I had read this book before I taught it! It’s a little silly, but does a phenomenal job at t [...]


    7. This is a good book. The way it gives multiple examples of things that you can do with each sense really helps to reinforce the lesson. The ones that made my kids giggle the most were all the "I don't" examples. All the pictures were of situations that related to their daily life, so they really enjoyed that aspect of the book too. Great way to teach about the senses!


    8. I enjoyed reading this book and it made me think. Especially when the book stated "I hear the rain, but I don't hear the snow." The book talks about the five senses (hear, smell, see, touch, and taste). The book is very relatable and is seen from a child's perspective. Also, this book is great for learning right from wrongs, and what to touch and not to touch.


    9. The title of this book confused me until I read the smaller print. This book is good for younger children when teaching about senses. I would recommend this book for children who are in pre school or head start.


    10. This is a great book to read one-on-one, but may become a bit mundane as a read-a-loud story. I expected it to be more of a story, but it is really a book of descriptions/examples for each of the five senses.


    11. Fun book with many examples for each of the senses. A little too complex for young children -should be shorter to keep their attention.


    12. this is a busy but fun book. My little one enjoyed naming each activity and saying what the character was doing. great book to elicit conversation with your toddler.






    13. Great book on the five senses. Lots of comparisons like, I hear the jet, I hear the dog bark, I don't hear the snow falling. And the final page, the pickle done with all five senses.


    14. My 4 year old was learning about the senses at school this week. We read this book together. It was a delightful way to learn more about the senses— he loved it.






    15. This book is about all of your different senses: smell, see, touch, hear, and taste. This book gives different examples of each including cute cartoon pictures for the reader to look at. The book is split into five sections for each sense.I like this book because it allows children to see different ways the five senses are used. I enjoy the simplicity of the illustrations and how they are not too overwhelming.This book could be used in a classroom to discuss the five senses and can be used as a [...]


    16. This could be a fun preschool book for teaching, but as a stand-alone read-aloud I don't know. I liked how each of the 5 senses was represented with a LOT of different concrete examples, and that some of them were creative and unusual. But I thought the writing was way too templatey for a high-production picturebook. This kind of writing is more like the little paper books on Reading A-Z or the old Wright Group Sunshine readers. It felt condescending and I would have liked to see her give presch [...]




    17. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Hello everyone! Our book today is I Hear A Pickle (And Smell, See, Touch And Taste It, Too!) by Rachel Isadora. This is a fun book about the five senses that goes over what you can and can’t taste, see, touch, hear and smell, a pickle being something you can enjoy with all five!This is a great little book of the senses, especially for baby bookworms. The art, concepts and language is simple a [...]


    18. If you were asked to name your top three favorite things, what would come into your mind first? Consistently my three are children, books and dogs in equal measure. I have the deepest affection for them and what they teach me. For more years than I can remember the trio have been woven into the days of my life, more than once at the same time. One of the many gifts children and dogs give is their joy for life. They have an ability to embrace everything they do with their entire being. All their [...]



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