Caterpillars, Bugs and Butterflies

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NorthWord Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 50 pages
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This fascinating series turns ordinary walks into adventures. Children learn to identify a variety of different plant, animal and insect species.
-- Helps children identify different species.
-- Includes scrapbook pages, for notes or drawings.
-- Features detailed true-to-life illustrations.

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User Review  - MrsLee - LibraryThing

A wonderful "first" field guide, this is great for children. The information is well written for children, the illustrations are good and it tells you how to find the insects as well as some of their habits, needs and the way they contribute to the environment. Read full review

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This guide is particularly suitable for kindergarten student, but the recommended age group is 9-12. Some activities are also suitable for six to seven years old children. This book is an invitation to young naturalists who wants to spot wildlife and gives basic information about insects, caterpillars, and butterflies. The book also includes identification information, educational activities, and fun facts. Safety tips are also provided. Color illustrations have enhanced the presentation. Interesting facts about when and where you are most likely to observe each species worth appreciation. Interesting facts about each species is written in different font and color at the bottom of the page. “Make Moth Sugar” includes a recipe, an attractive treat to attract moths. The how to pages, tomato hornworm, banded woolly bear caterpillar and ladybug sections are excellent.  

Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
Gypsy Moth caterpillar
11
Little Black Ant
17
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Leslie Dendy has been teaching biology and chemistry for nearly thirty years. She is the author of "Tracks, Scats, and Signs" and lives with her husband in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
Mel Boring is the author of a number of nonfiction picture books, as well as a novel. He lives in Rockford, Iowa, with his family.
C. B. Mordan is the illustrator of several books for young readers, including "Lost: A Story in String," He lives near Kansas City, Missouri.

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