RSPB Spot the Bug by DK
  

Synopsis

RSPB Spot the Bug by DK

Discover nature the fun way, with help from the RSPB Is your child a budding bug hunter? RSPB Spot The Bug will help your child discover which bug is which, with help from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. This pocket sized guide is perfect for your child to take to the field, forest and other wild places. To add to the fun, there is a sticker section at the back, with over 100 stickers so they can record which creepy crawlies they've seen. From the Cardinal Beetle to the Ladybird and all their fluttering, slithering friends, great and small - you'll find them with the help of RSPB Spot The Bug. With full profiles and photos of over 70 species from Great Britain and Northern Europe, and 12 gallery pages showing lots of examples; colourful symbols will show your child which bugs to find where, what they eat and all about their life cycles. It's simple and fun, so grab them a copy of RSPB Spot The Bug, head outdoors and start bug hunting.

About the Author

The work of British-American artist David Macaulay is renowned for its humour, detail and ability to explain complex ideas with simple genius. He specializes in graphic non-fiction books on subjects such as science, architecture and engineering.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

DK
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Publisher

DK Children an imprint of Dorling Kindersley Ltd

Publication date

2nd April 2012

ISBN

9781409366775


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