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Everything Bug: What Kids Really Want to Know about Bugs (Kids' FAQs)

by Cherie Winner

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This informational book takes a very close look at many different species of bugs. It goes from those spiked with poison to thos who sting; from those that fly to those that crawl. Each page is filled with fun facts and valuable information.

In my opinion, this is a great book for children of all ages. Even as an adult, I learned some things I didn't know. The photos are colorful and likelike and the glossary is useful for terms that are unfamiliar.

For the first extension, children could go outside on a bug hunt and see how many of the bugs listed in the book they can find. Next, for the bugts they find that are not in the book, they could use other reference books to identify them.
  lindyvee | Jul 19, 2009 |
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Presents twenty-five questions and answers about insects and spiders, including why bugs are important, how long they've existed, and whether spiders make noise.

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