Enter the world of bug builders! Bugs can build structures that are as complex as the ones that we build! Readers will learn about the amazing things tiny creatures such as silkworms and beetles can build in this inviting, Spanish-translated nonfiction title that features detailed photos, riveting facts, informational text, a glossary for vocabulary improvement, and a list of useful websites.
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