100 Bugs! (Hardcover)

A Counting Book

By Kate Narita, Suzanne Kaufman (Illustrator)

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), 9780374306311, 40pp.

Publication Date: June 12, 2018

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

How many bugs can you count? From walking sticks to spittlebugs, dragonflies to katydids, discovering 10 bugs at a time, you just might see 100 bugs!

Little explorers will learn 10 different ways to count to 10, using 10 different kinds of bugs, and get all the way to 100 by the end of their adventure. With Suzanne Kaufman’s bright, whimsical illustrations and Kate Narita’s clever rhyming text, 100 Bugs! is part look-and-find, part learning experience, and all kinds of fun.



About the Author

Kate Narita is a writer and fourth-grade teacher. She earned her undergraduate degree and master's in education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MFA in writing for children from Simmons College. She is the author of 100 Bugs! A Counting Book, illustrated by Suzanne Kaufman.She lives, writes, and hikes on a small mountain in central Massachusetts with her husband, two sons, and dog.

Suzanne Kaufman is the illustrator of Samanthasaurus Rex, written by B. B. Mandell; Naughty Claudine Christmas, written by Patrick Jennings; 100 Bugs!, written by Kate Narita; and the author and illustrator of I Love Monkey and It's Confiscated. She lives in Seattle with her family.


Praise For 100 Bugs!: A Counting Book

“Young readers will naturally be entranced searching every pond, field, and barn for the crawling critters. Each page is literally teeming with life thanks to Kaufman's multilayered textures, vivid hues, and bright lighting . . . Packed with great extension possibilities, visually engaging illustrations, and quick rhymes, this read-aloud would be a great addition to any STEM shelf.” —Kirkus Reviews

“In this cheerful outing, two sibling ‘explorers’ wake up with the sun to count bugs over the course of a day on their busy farm. As the brother and sister traipse through a meadow and barnyard with a magnifying glass and a butterfly net, Narita introduces insect varieties in upbeat rhymes . . . Kaufman’s collage-art spreads will keep readers invested.” —Publishers Weekly