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When you open your eyes, what do you see? Cars, people, all kinds of colors, and a whole lot more.
When you close your eyes, the world goes black. When you open them, everything comes back. You might see your reflection in a mirror. From your window, you might see tiny cars and people moving around down below. Or maybe you’ll use a magnifying glass to see bugs up close. You might stand on your head just to see the world upside down.
What do you see when you stop to look around? Do you see things like the sights in this story, or is the world around you different? Come along for a journey through the wonderful sense of sight, filled to the brim with colors, shapes, shadows, creatures, and people all around us.
What Do You See? is a classic vocabulary primer, as well as an introduction to the sense of sight. The story alludes to inherited traits, such as the need for glasses. It also references the sights that come with living in (or near) a busy city. Written by Harriet Ziefert, illustrated by Luana Rinaldo, and published by Brain Food Kids.