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"Ask a Bug" answers the who, what, when, where, and why of insects and their relatives so that kids won't have to bug their parents for answers. Full color.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published March 21st 2011 by DK Publishing
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Halley Todd
If you think bugs are gross, don't open the book. There are huge close-ups of individual bugs, which will delight young readers. For curious kids that have had questions about bugs, such as, "Can I eat a bug, are beetles good fighters, why are butterflies so colorful, or why don't spiders get stuck to their own webs," then this non-fiction book is perfect for them. It does not have a narrative. For each "chapter," it focuses on a common question that kids would have about a specific species of b ...more
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My daughter's really into bugs right now and she really enjoyed this book.
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