Bug, Bug, Spider: A Coloring Book for Kids
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What large invertebrate is related to a snail? Do ants really work all the time? What do dragonflies eat?
Get the answers to these questions and more in this science-filled activity book!
This is the perfect coloring book for budding entomologists fascinated by bugs--or for children who are intimidated by creepy-crawly insects, but want to learn to appreciate them anyway.
Bug, Bug, Spider! combines science and fun with an entertaining collection of anthropomorphic critters. Each coloring page shows off one of these special critters, from a skateboarding snail to a jump-roping grasshopper, while a bonus activity adds more information about the animal and it’s habits.
Plus, most of these animals are bugs that you can find in your own backyard or neighborhood park!
In this activity/coloring book, you will find 62 pages filled with:
This book is great for both boys and girls, and perfect for sparking an interest in these (mostly) tiny animals who live all around us.
For children in kindergarten, first grade, and up.
Get it now and start learning about butterflies, crickets, grasshoppers, spiders, snails, and more!
5 - 10 years
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Additional Reader & Professional Reviews:
"Coloring book? Friendly invertebrates? Cool science facts? Yes, we're interested. The coloring book Bug, Bug, Spider! from Audrey Sauble is a delight . . . Plenty of activities are included, too, making this a great gift for the young bug lover in your life, or even for those who hesitate to find the wonder in these "friendly invertebrates" and need a nudge to explore how fascinating they really are."
-- The Nature Book Nook
"From Colorado-potato "disaster" makers, to helpful garden peacekeepers, Audrey Sauble sets the stage for learning and fun. A tangible and accurate resource, this tool alone equips us to school on the go-be it in a waiting room or car."
-- Melinda Poling, blogger
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For ages 12 and under
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For ages 13-17
For ages 18 & Above