George McGavin & Jim Kay
Candlewick, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ome pretty big insects pop-up from the pages of this fascinating book that investigates the world of bugs. Not only will young entomologists discover all sorts of interesting things about arthropod life but they'll also be able to peek inside a wasps' nest and peer into a cockroach's body to see how it works.
illed with useful facts and scientific trivia, every page of this unusual book is packed with information that will expand the reader's knowledge of bugs. With exquisite art, lots of flaps hiding more facts, and jaw dropping pop-ups (the huge cockroach is really cool!), this is the perfect introduction to the creepy-crawly world of bugs.
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