Ladybirds and Beetles by Sally Morgan
  

Synopsis

Ladybirds and Beetles by Sally Morgan

All kinds of minibeasts in their natural habitats Minibeasts are the animals that children interact with the most; they can be found almost everywhere and they are an important part of nature's food cycle. * New in paperback, the Looking at Minibeasts series examines the lives of minibeasts in detail, from eggs and larvae to fully grown adults, through the use of striking and clear photographs. * Instructions on how to create a habitat for minibeasts in your garden or school nature area are included, together with advice on the best ways watch them. * Each book is packed with photographs and illustrations to show all aspects of the life of a minibeast. * In addition, each title has a table of contents, a glossary, an 'actual size' comparison and an index.

About the Author

Sally Morgan is a freelance author of children's science and environmental books and CD-ROMs with over 30 books to her name, including Future Tech: Energy and the Life In A... habitat series published by Belitha Press. Sally is a former science teacher and has a degree in Biological Science from Cambridge University. She lives in Hampshire.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 6-8

Author

Sally Morgan
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Publisher

Belitha Press Ltd an imprint of Pavilion Books

Publication date

4th April 2002

ISBN

9781841383903


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