The Ginn Science Year Two information book Eyes, Ears and Noses was written for Year Two (Primary Three) students aged six to seven years and published in 1991. It relates to the content strand ‘Other animals and plants’, illustrates the variety of forms of eyes, ears and noses of non-human animals and explains how the differences are related to the habits and habitats of these animals.

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