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I can read about insects by Deborah Merrians

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Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English


  • Insects

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Edition Notes

Other titlesInsects
Statementwritten by Deborah Merrians ; illustrated by Kristin Kest
ContributionsKest, Kristin, illustrator
The Physical Object
Pagination47 pages :
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26338875M
ISBN 100439783836
ISBN 109780439783835

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Here are four books – very different in content, intent, and format – all dealing with insects. The Gnats of Knotty Pine A favorite of my own children, THE GNATS OF KNOTTY PINE by the prolific author / illustrator, Bill Peet, is not a book admired by the NRA. Peet doesn’t hide his own negative opinion of the “sport” of hunting. Insects can eat each other. Even some plants eat insects. 24 25 People eat insects too! Insects have a lot to hide from. Insects are all over. There are many kinds of insects. They feed animals new or altered book (other than simple translation) appear to be part of the For Anywhere series is. These insect books for kids are perfect for summertime reading! With the bugs out and about flying around, it’s a great time to sit down and read all about them. With the bugs out and about flying around, it’s a great time to sit down and read all about them. Get this from a library! I can read about insects. [Deborah Merrians; Kristin Kest] -- Describes the lives, appearances, and behaviors of many different types of insects, and includes color illustrations.