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by Paul Davidson,Diane Swanson
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  • Author:
    Paul Davidson,Diane Swanson
  • ISBN:
    1554531381
  • ISBN13:
    978-1554531387
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  • Publisher:
    Kids Can Press (September 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    40 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Animals
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Diane Swanson is an award-winning writer of more than 70 books for children, especially nature and science. Originally from Alberta, she now resides in Victoria, British Columbia

Diane Swanson is an award-winning writer of more than 70 books for children, especially nature and science. Originally from Alberta, she now resides in Victoria, British Columbia. She writes a bug column for YES magazine and is buggy about bugs. Do yourself a favor and get this book. The photographs are incredibly magnified, for huge pin-up spreads of insects. Maybe that's not your thing, but my sons LOVE this book. Longer sections of text make it perfect into the middle grades.

Bug-loving science writer Diane Swanson delivers fascinating info about buggy lives, buggy eating and lots of buggy bits, such as antennae, wings and weapons, that help make insects the most widespread animals on Earth.

We live on a bug planet. Bug-loving science writer Diane Swanson delivers fascinating info about buggy lives, buggy eating and lots of buggy bits, such as antennae, wings and weapons, that help make insects the most widespread animals on Earth.

Bugs Up Close -Finalist, Silver Birch Express Award, 2009 -Finalist, Children's Literature Roundtables of Canada Information Book Award, 2008. The Wonder in Water - shortlisted for the Silver Birch Award, 2006/07. Turn It Loose - shortlisted for the 2006/07 Red Cedar Award.

Swanson contributes standard but accurate descriptions of insect body parts, life stages, signals, weapons and defenses.

All of his subjects were shot live, in natural settings, often turned toward the camera and in lighting that brings out every detail. Swanson contributes standard but accurate descriptions of insect body parts, life stages, signals, weapons and defenses. Budding bug lovers will stridulate with delight.

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We live on a bug planet. Not only are insects the most numerous species on Earth, they've survived for 400 million years and show no signs of slowing down. Take a look outside: little creatures are creeping, jumping and flying everywhere. Did someone say little? Not in this book. In these eye-popping, oversized pages, bugs say cheese big time! Through Paul Davidson's powerful camera lens, see a fly the size of a man's shoe, the 30,000-odd lenses in a dragonfly's eyes, the hair on a bee's legs and much more. Bug-loving science writer Diane Swanson delivers fascinating info about buggy lives, buggy eating and lots of buggy bits, such as antennae, wings and weapons, that help make insects the most widespread animals on Earth.