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Creepy, Crawly Baby Bugs

by Sandra Markle

Published by Walker, 1996
32 pages
ISBN: 0-8027-8843-7

Ages 4 - 8

Short chapters about how insects start life, grow, take care of themselves, take care of their young, adapt to their environments and reach maturity are generously illustrated with clear close-up, color photos that make the subject all the more interesting. The author has also provided a glossary/index for quick reference and two suggestions for how young children can observe baby bugs and record their observations without capturing or harming them. CCBC categories: The Natural World.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


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