Published September 1, 2000
by Copper Beech .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||32|
The book is amply illustrated and amazingly comprehensive. The authors somehow managed to say a word or two about even the most obscure families, such as Enicocephalidae or unique-headed bugs. I refer to it all the time, and find it enormously entertaining to read about what insects have come up with. Books about insects and spiders Flies. Snatch up any picture books you see by Iza Trapani. We just love them! In each of her books she takes a familiar Bees. The very greedy bee is too greedy to share his nectar. One day he drinks so much that he’s too big to fly home. Ants. I’m a . Our youngest son (at right, age 3) doesn’t read any words except for his name. But he knows most of his alphabet, so he could “read” the Level One book with me. I pointed out the word “A” and named the insect. He caught on to the pattern quickly and could read the whole book. No, he does not read those insect names in isolation. Students will enjoy reading about some of the many ways that extreme insects protect themselves in this descriptive, informational book. As they learn about insect attributes, such as size, color, and weaponry, students will discover how insects can keep from becoming food themselves.
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