Sally Sensational Sense of Smell by Chris Lau (Book Review #1229)


Sally sensational sense is a children’s book story about how Sally has a strong sense of smell and finds it troublesome, but her parents and sister think everything is fine.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It certainly is something when you can smell everything in a more enticed way, does it not? You see how bad things are for Sally and why it is so uncomfortable for her. The illustrations are like drawings, and I found the book very colorful.

I recommend this book to parents too are looking for a suitable children’s book. The text on each page is long enough for a 4 -5-year-old, but you would be skipping pages for any younger.

I look forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main

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