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Creepy-Crawlies (Flip The Flaps)

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Now available in paperback, Flip the Flaps is a fun way for young children to discover the answers to questions about their favorite subjects, while also flipping the flaps and spotting the scene changes.

Pouncing spiders, industrious ants, buzzing bees and beautiful butterflies scuttle, zoom and swoop within the pages of this book. Young bug lovers will uncover amazing ans...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 27th 2012 by Kingfisher (first published August 19th 2008)
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Elisa
I was first introduced to this book through my student who is particularly interested in insects! Creepy Crawlies by Karen Wallace is an interactive non-fiction picture book that is great for students in the classroom that are interested in learning about different kinds of insects. The text features each insect's habitat, their diets, and functions. The detailed illustrations allow students to really study insects up close and study their body parts/features. This picture book features flip fla...more
Samantha
A fun introduction to insects! Ladybugs, ants, butterflies, spiders, honeybees, and dragonflies are covered. Each two page spread briefly introduces the insect and numerous colored pencil drawings show the creature in its environment. Three questions are listed on a flap and the answers appear beneath.

The questions are simple and read like questions kids would ask while they are reading this book. Answers are brief and point to fun facts and essential info on the subject of insects.

This is a gr...more
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