Bugs By Pamela Hickman (36)

There are twice as many insects in the world as all other kinds of animals combined. Many animals, such as fish, birds, frogs, turtles and bats, depend on insects for food. And plants need insects to carry pollen from one flower to another called pollination, to produce seeds that will grow into new plants.

Without insect pollinators, we couldn’t grow many of the fruits and vegetables we eat. So, insects are very important to our world.

But are insects bugs? Which bugs hibernate and which ones migrate? What should you bring on a bug-watching adventure?

In this wonderfully illustrated book, young readers will delight in following bugs through the four seasons, discovering the various stages of insect metamorphosis, learning where and how bugs live and more. This beautiful introduction to  bugs will attract everyone from insect enthusiasts to the most reluctant entomologist.

I loved this colourful book!  I can see this book being used by kids of all ages for school projects. It is interesting and informative. This is another great book for kids that I found in my local library. I feel very blessed to be able to get my hands on them.

 

 

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