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1001 bugs to spot /

by Helbrough, Emma; Gower, Teri; Goransky, Natacha; Milbourne, Anna; Rostron, Margaret; Rostron, John.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Tulsa, Okla. ; EDC Pub., [2010], c2005Description: [32] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780794524937; 0794524931.Other title: One thousand, one bugs to spot; One thousand and one bugs to spot.Subject(s): Insects -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature | Counting -- Juvenile literature | Picture puzzles -- Juvenile literature | Insects | Counting | Picture puzzles | Juvenile works | Pictorial works
Contents:
Bugs to spot -- Flowerbed -- Rocky desert -- Tropical treetops -- Underground -- Sandy desert -- Garden shed -- Jungle floor -- Vegetable patch -- Leafy woodland -- Pond life -- Craggy cave -- Grassy meadow -- Nightlife -- Butterfly house -- Answers.
Summary: Kids who love bugs and puzzles will spend hours with this colorful picture book, finding and counting them underground, in the desert, in the night, and many other places. (Miller Library Staff)Summary: "Crawling with bugs to find, count and talk about, this fascinating picture book provides hours of puzzle-solving fun. Spot beetles scurrying across desert dunes, butterflies flitting through the jungle, caterpillars muching on cabbage leaves, and many, many more bugs."--P. [4] of cover.
List(s) this item appears in: New to the Library: March 2014
Item type Location Call number Status Date due
Lending Books Children QL467.2 .H45 2005 (Browse shelf) Available

First published: London : Usborne Pub., 2005. Current publisher data on back cover.

Bugs to spot -- Flowerbed -- Rocky desert -- Tropical treetops -- Underground -- Sandy desert -- Garden shed -- Jungle floor -- Vegetable patch -- Leafy woodland -- Pond life -- Craggy cave -- Grassy meadow -- Nightlife -- Butterfly house -- Answers.

Kids who love bugs and puzzles will spend hours with this colorful picture book, finding and counting them underground, in the desert, in the night, and many other places. (Miller Library Staff)

"Crawling with bugs to find, count and talk about, this fascinating picture book provides hours of puzzle-solving fun. Spot beetles scurrying across desert dunes, butterflies flitting through the jungle, caterpillars muching on cabbage leaves, and many, many more bugs."--P. [4] of cover.

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