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While Ming plays outside one summer day, the smell of delicious food fills the air. It is coming from greedy Fu Wang’s house, “What is he up to?” wonders Ming. To his alarm, Fu Wang demands that all the neighbors pay him for the pleasant smells. When the neighbors refuse, the case goes to court. How will the judge rule in this unusual case? Can Fu Wang make money from the neighbors’ sense of smell? A wise judge makes use of another sense to close the case with clever and convincing logic.
A book about a preposterous dispute, A Case of Sense tells of a boy named Ming who observes a greedy man try to take advantage of the townspeople. The man, Fu Wang, tries to extort money out of the people by demanding they pay for the aromas of his dishes. Once in court, the two sides squabble back and forth. The judge then comes up with a pretty clever way to show that you can't charge people for using their senses.
The 'For Creative Minds' section in the back of the book gives an explanation on the five senses, has a Sound Matching game, a page on Smell, and a page on Diffusion and how to use it in action.
A Case of Sense is a Fall 2016 release from Arbordale Publishing.
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