Amazing World (Hardcover)

Bugs: Get To Know 20 Crazy Bugs

By L.J. Tracosas

becker&mayer! kids, 9780760360354, 48pp.

Publication Date: June 5, 2018

List Price: 14.99*
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Description

The Amazing World series transports kids to extraordinary places from the bottom of the deepest ocean to faraway galaxies. 

The third title in the series, Amazing World: Bugs explores the incredible world of 20 strange and magnificent insects, from shimmering glow worms and fireflies, to the extremely odd giraffe bug. Every insect profile includes up-close-and-personal, full-color photos of each amazing creature and tons of fun facts and easily digestible graphics. 

Kids learn about where each bug lives, what they eat, how they survive predators much, MUCH larger than they are, and so much more! The book comes with 13 reusable glow-in-the-dark plastic stickers. 
 


About the Author

L. J. Tracosas writes books for curious kids and edits anything she can get her hands on. She’s published 10 books for young readers, including the best-selling Creature Files series, as well as licensed titles with Mattel, WWE, and others. L.J. lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

L. J. Tracosas writes books for curious kids and edits anything she can get her hands on. She’s published ten books for young readers, including the bestselling Sink Your Teeth Into . . . series, as well as licensed titles with Mattel, WWE, and others. L.J. lives in Atlanta with her husband, son, and two cats.
 



Praise For Amazing World: Bugs: Get To Know 20 Crazy Bugs

A great guide to the world of bugs. What they eat, where they live, and SO MUCH MORE!
- A Tale of Two Pages

Part book, part learning toy, Amazing World: Bugs has been a delightful addition to my children’s library. The book features 20 unusual bugs offering the reader stunning photos of the insects with background on what they eat and where they live. Children will have fun while playing with the 13 plastic bugs that you can use as stickers!
- Mommy University

Bugs are not my thing, but for little kids, they are just THE thing.
- GeekMom