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That Gunk on Your Car: A Unique Guide to Insects of North America

by Ph.D. Mark E. Hostetler

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 089815961X, Paperback)

That Gunk on Your Car is a seriously funny book filled with fascinating information about common insects, especially the ones you are most likely to find splattered on your windshield. Chapters are organized around the individual insects--ants, mosquitoes, grasshoppers, butterflies, crickets, midges--and include information on the natural history and life cycles of each and fun things you can do with the insects. That Gunk on Your Car would be an excellent parent/child participatory book: the lively text is easy to read and scientifically accurate.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:02:29 -0400)

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