Eyewitness Explorer: Bug Hunter

Eyewitness Explorer: Bug Hunter

by David Burnie

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Overview

Eyewitness Explorer: Bug Hunter by David Burnie

Explore the world of bugs through hands-on insect activities. Eyewitness Explorer: Bug Hunter includes more than 30 fun activities that you can do to learn more about bugs! Enter the kingdom of the creepy crawlies, and learn about everything from beetles to bees to spiders to scorpions. Identify bugs of all kinds, and learn to study insects in their natural habitats. You can even raise your own caterpillars with the step-by-step instructions you'll find in Eyewitness Explorer: Bug Hunter!

Eyewitness Explorers encourage hands-on learning with 30 easy activities that help children observe, explore, and learn about the natural world. Each book explains the science behind the activities, laying the essential groundwork for contextualizing the experience to come. But at the heart of the books are the activities themselves — a chance to learn by doing with experiments that can be carried out right at home. Simply choose one of the projects and follow the step-by-step, photographically illustrated instructions to create learn about bugs, explore insect habitats, and raise a caterpillar.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781465430168
Publisher: DK
Publication date: 01/19/2015
Series: Smithsonian Eyewitness Explorers Series
Pages: 72
Sales rank: 1,227,860
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

David Burnie is a zoology graduate and fellow of the Zoological Society of London. Having started out as a nature-preserve ranger and biologist, he has since forged a successful career as a writer and consultant specializing in wildlife and plants. He has written and contributed to more than 140 books and multimedia titles on nature and the environment, including DK's Animal and Natural History encyclopedias. He was shortlisted for the Royal Society's Aventis Prize in 2005.

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