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  • Author:
    Julian Mulock,Nan Froman
  • ISBN:
    0316296929
  • ISBN13:
    978-0316296922
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  • Publisher:
    Little, Brown; First Edition edition (April 1, 2001)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Animals
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What's That Bug? book.

What's That Bug? book. Young readers are invited to look at the insect world in the same way scientists and entomologists do, with a chart that lays out the way the insect world is organized and larger-than-life illustrations that show nine of the most important insect families that live in backyards, deserts, or jungles. Full-color illustrations.

What's That Bug? Everyday Insects and Their Really Cool Cousins.

What's That Bug? invites young readers to look at the insect world in the same way scientists and entomologists d. Everyday Insects and Their Really Cool Cousins.

What's That Bug? invites young readers to look at the insect world in the same way scientists and entomologists do. The book opens with a fascinating chart that. Published March 2001 by Scholastic. Insects, Juvenile literature. Illustrated by Julian Mulock. Markham, ON: Scholastic Canada, 2001. Whatsthatbug 19 ). Nan Froman. Subject Headings: Insects-Juvenile literature. Grades 3-5, Ages 8-10. In 1758, Swedish naturalist Carolus Linnaeus created the system still used by entomologists to name and classify insects. The classifications are based on similarities between insects' body parts.

In What’s That Bug? author Nan Froman and illustrator Julian Mulock walk the fine line between revulsion and fascination that characterizes our human relationship with insects

In What’s That Bug? author Nan Froman and illustrator Julian Mulock walk the fine line between revulsion and fascination that characterizes our human relationship with insects. On the fascination side are the gardening habits of termites (they create fungus gardens in their mounds where they grow mushrooms) and a gallery of treehopper portraits from around the world (they look like futuristic aircraft complete with logos. What’s That Bug? thus seems well designed to appeal both to the reader on a quest for gore and mayhem and to the young bug-fancier in the making.

What's That Bug?: Everyday Insects and Their Really Cool Cousins: ISBN 9780316296922 (978-0-316-29692-2) Hardcover, Little, Brown, 2001. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Nan Froman at LibraryThing. Madison Press Book produced for Little, Brown and Company: New York, 2001. The Magic School Bus Spins a Web About Spiders. Illustrated by Jim Durk. Book adaptation of an episode of the animated TV series The Magic School Bus, based on the series by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degan. Scholastic, In. New York, 1997. Applications for Bugscope, Reading: Read both a fiction and a non-fiction book about insects. Engage the students in a discussion about the different ways.

The detailed and intriguing text provides odd and interesting facts about many insects. by Nan Froman & illustrated by Julian Mulock.

Julian Mulock (Illustrator). About Nan Froman (Author) : Nan Froman is a published author of children's books. These are the most recent 10 blog posts about What's That Bug?: Everyday Insects and Their Really Cool Cousins in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader. About Nan Froman (Author) : Nan Froman is a published author of children's books more View Nan Froman's profile.

Larger-than-life illustrations show budding entomologists nine of the most important insect families that live in backyards, deserts, or jungles and make the connections between them.