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April 2014 Book of the Month Search high and low to discover interesting facts, track down odd information and dispel myths about the insect world. This interactive illustrated approach to nature guides suitable for 5 years upwards is packed full of amazing information and fun illustrations for children to pore over. A handy magnifying glass is provided to help you investigate the hidden details within each spread - there are over 100 little extras waiting to be found. It is a fun and informative insight into the world of the smallest critters and their private lives. No leaf is left unturned.
And, once you've searched and found everything in the book why not turn your hand to the garden or even the corners and crevices in the rooms in your house - how many creepy crawlies can you find and then you can match them up to those in Bug Detective.
Did you know???
Ladybirds have poisonous knees! (poisonous to spiders, anyway)
If you weighed all of the ants in the world they would weigh more than all of the humans in the world!
Worms can have up to 5 hearts!
Centipedes have been around for more than 400 million years, they are even older than dinosaurs!
|Publication date:||11th April 2014|
|Publisher:||Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Anova Books|
|Format:||Mixed media product|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month|
Maggie Li is a freelance illustrator working in London since she graduated from Kingston University in 2010. She is the Art Director of popular magazine, OKIDO and other clients include The Big Issue, Time Out, Flamingo magazine and Conde Nast Traveller. Maggie is part of the increasingly popular Zombie Collective and recently took part in the Fathom's Deep exhibition at the Hayward Gallery on London's South Bank. Maggie particularly likes working with maps and old travelling ephemera.More About Maggie Li