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Don't Squash That Bug!: The Curious Kid's Guide to Insects

Don t Squash That Bug The Curious Kid s Guide to Insects From the Lobster Learners series which encourages children to explore the world around them and see the everyday in a whole new way Don t Squash That Bug is a junior field guide for backyard explorer

  • Title: Don't Squash That Bug!: The Curious Kid's Guide to Insects
  • Author: Natalie Rompella
  • ISBN: 9781897073506
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the Lobster Learners series, which encourages children to explore the world around them and see the everyday in a whole new way Don t Squash That Bug is a junior field guide for backyard explorers It introduces young readers to the insect world, presenting fundamental information alongside interesting facts Bold, bright, and packed with colorful photos, fascinaFrom the Lobster Learners series, which encourages children to explore the world around them and see the everyday in a whole new way Don t Squash That Bug is a junior field guide for backyard explorers It introduces young readers to the insect world, presenting fundamental information alongside interesting facts Bold, bright, and packed with colorful photos, fascinating sidebars, a helpful glossary, and tips for where to find bugs, this a must have for curious kids Once readers discover how amazing insects can be, they ll go from squashing bugs to studying them up close

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    1 thought on “Don't Squash That Bug!: The Curious Kid's Guide to Insects

    1. This book was pretty good. The photos were great, and some of the information was very good. The format was a bit confusing as it changed with every two-page spread, and the book does suffer from a bit of an information overload.

    2. crazy as this sounds it had way too much information. It was overload for sure. the great thing about this book is that had wonderful close up pictures of the bugs.

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