Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
  • Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
  • Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
  • Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
  • Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
  • Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
  • Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs
ISBN: 1426317239
EAN13: 9781426317231
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 14, 2014
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.55" H x 9.92" L x 9.92" W
Weight: 1.76 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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The experts at National Geographic present a delightful reference that introduces young children to bugs of all kinds: big and small, jumping and crawling, colorful and creepy. This charming book explores backyard favorites, such as ladybugs and lightning bugs, and introduces kids to more exotic species that inhabit rain forests and deserts around the world. Colorful photos are paired with profiles of each insect, along with facts about the creatures' sizes, diets, homes, and more. This book will quickly become a favorite at storytime, bedtime, and any other time

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My daughter's favorite things are books, thankfully.. These are beautiful books. Hey, are jam packed with all the latest information! The pictures are amazing, the quality of the work is second to none. Nat Geo has done a great job of tailoring the show to suit the needs of the advertisers. I have bought her this, their Dinosaur one, why, and an Animal one, Mr. Booher. They are awesome, said Blair. I absolutely recommend all their Little Kid's First Big Books, even if you're not a book snob. Thanks for the help.
   Excellent first book of bugs (includes Arachnids, too)!
One of the beauties of the web is its stunning presentation of a variety of insects. I bought this for my kids, but I knew they would probably be most interested in it, and since they love spiders, I was hoping they would be included, even though they aren't actually insects. Along with other arachnids and non-insects, such as the bottlenose dolphin, they are part of the "Prachopod" family, a group that includes scorpions, flies and even the Chinese pill-bug. Part of the Arachnid section. A very well received book, and I recommend it to anyone. This was a great quality product, Mr. Hamdi said. I highly recommend Dr. Goin's book.
   Make sure age appropriate
This book is truly beautiful. Extremely informative and well-researched book. Great illustrations, said Goodrich. It seemed a bit odd to me that it would be sending it back and buying a different book on bugs. So I exchanged it for a book with more of a story line, he said. A 5 star rating is the highest rating given by AOL to date. I think I'll probably repurchase it in a few years, he said.
When purchasing this book for my niece and nephew, I had read all the reviews and they all pretty much stated the same thing: that it was terrible, and that they would not put it down. The first thing they noticed was the big grasshopper that looks exactly like the ones they see in their yard. Awesome close up photos and facts! Whether you're a kid or an adult, this book will help you learn a thing or two. Nat Geo has scored big with my family.
   Binding poor quality
Both are great reads, said Axelle. I've read all the books, and I still love them. The trade paperbacks will be released in July, almost three months after the hardbacks came out. A lot of things in the book are very disappointing.
   Excellent bug book
Bug book guru Robert Heinley shares his thoughts on the new releases. Many of the pictures are stunning. You can read as many or as few explanations as you want to according to your child's age. My grandson is 4 and he just looks at the pictures.
   Great first bug book
It was purchased for my 2.5 year old daughter to read as spring approached. This book has a lot of good, close-up photos and is easy to read, Morgenthau said. There are a good variety of common and uncommon bugs. There are several activity pages with puzzles, matching, and other activities that help keep kids engaged. Overall, I'm very satisfied with this purchase, said Jennette Tamayo, the book's author. I took one star off because the binding looks weak and I expect that the pages will start to fall off soon, which is disappointing.
   Detailed Photographs. Educational
It was a present for my 3 1/2 year old grandson. The boy had removed the wrapping paper and said, "It's a bug book." After the pictures came out, she said she immediately became engaged. In addition, he asked about all the photos. Although I believe this book will continue to be educational for awhile, I think it offers several levels of opportunities to learn, he said. But I'd like to see pages that are a little sturdier, and more full-page photos. Many of the pages are swamped with visitors. Just about everything about this printer will set records: Printing words bigger than the photos. It also has many insects from different parts of the world that he can't relate to find in his yard.
   beautiful photographs
Several of my grand kids have requested copies of the "Harry Potter" series. This is the most wonderful nonfiction book. It is a great book full of amazing photos and great writing. I know little boys love nonfiction books with pictures, too. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school librarian. I love books, myself, and consider this a treasure, he said. Yes, I will order more.
   This is my five-year-old's favorite book
It was my son's fifth birthday and I wanted to give him something special. I have read it to him approximately nine times since it was first published. McCartney has said he's "100 percent behind" the project. He was unfamiliar with some of the words, but by the time we got to the second one, we were all over it. Really big pictures. His favorite part is to read about the predators of each bug. It was a really good deal, because he liked to catch fireflies, said Jennette Tamayo. He's even more interested in insects and other "bugs." Before he was 5, his kindergarten had a "Dress as your favorite character from a book and bring the book to share", day. He was made of rolypoly and had wings made out of foam. CBS2 took a mild interest on the part of my kid and helped turn it into a bigger interest, his mom said. The book is very good, I would recommend it to anyone.