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Bug Babies
This title covers these subjects: Animal babies., Insects., Insects -- Eggs.
Bug Babies
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Bug Babies

Books in this series introduce readers to the exciting world of insects and arachnids. Each title uses simple text and vibrant photographs to introduce one important bug feature or behavior. In “Bug Babies,” children learn how baby bugs are born, what they look like, and how they grow.

 
Dewey595.713'9
  
Reading LevelGrades PreK-1
Interest LevelGrades PreK-1
GRLI
Lexile LevelNC330L
  
  
ISBN978-1-4329-8222-5
PublisherHeinemann-Raintree
BrandAcorn
Copyright2010
  
Page Dimensions8" x 6 13/16"
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
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Booklist - Daniel Kraus

"Photography is central to Heinemann’s books for preschool readers, and the marvelous extreme close-ups that fill the Comparing Bugs series do not disappoint. Using a classic picture-on-top, text-on-the-bottom format, each title begins with a "Meet the Bugs" chapter before examining the insects’ fascinating (and rather icky) habits. Bug Babies dares to ask: Is there anything cuter than insect babies? Actually, everything is cuter. Gelatinous balls, honeycomb-like bunches, and the white pellets of eggs are shown in all their grody glory. Some babies, it is pointed out, look like their parents, while others (like the ladybug) resemble entirely different animals. For awhile, Bug Food peacefully observes the acrobatic leaf-munching of ants and caterpillars, and then we get to the chapter entitled "Blood and Poo." Possibly the most surprising photo in the series is of a mouse being eaten by a huge centipede. Spiders’ tunnel-shaped webs and termites’ mud towers make Bug Homes a bit of a revelation. Nowhere is the photography more impressive than in Bugs on the Move, where flea jumps, grasshopper hops, and beetle scampers are caught midact. That these fascinating creatures aren’t always named is a bit of a disappointment, but still, this will elicit plenty of wows. And yucks. –Daniel Kraus Booklist June 2010" - Booklist

Library Media Connection - Amy E. Parker

"This series introduces young readers to the similarities and differences of bugs using large color photographs to enhance the text. Pre – and post – reading activities are suggested for parents and/or teachers to use with children. The visual appeal and repetitive text make this series an appropriate choice if your collection is lacking in primary books about insects. Glossary. Table of Contents. Index. Amy E. Parker, Director of Lower School Library Services, Second Baptist School, Houston, Texas Library Media Connection August/September 2010" - Library Media Connection

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Charlotte Guillain

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