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Bugs: An Expedition Through the Undergrowth (3-D Explorer)by Jen Green
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Insects have been around for over 300 million years, since before the time of the dinosaurs. Well over a million types of these creepy crawlies have been identified in habitats ranging from the cacophonus rainforest to the arid desert to dark, damp caves. In fact, theyve colonized every part of the earth except in the ocean. Insects are everywhere, and theyre some of the most fascinating creatures around—especially when you can see them in 3-D!
3-D Explorer: Bugs features awesome pop-up scenes that will make kids feel like theyre up close and personal with ants, butterflies, beetles, grasshoppers, and other types of bugs. Theyll learn about wings and other key parts of insect anatomy and antennae and other important aspects of insect senses. Theyll learn about how they attack and kill their prey, and about their flexible feeding habits, including about how some insects even suck blood!
Highlighting the dragonfly to the termite, the cricket to the wasp, this is the perfect book for every budding bug explorer.
About the Author
Laszlo Veres is the main illustrator of Silver Dolphins 3-D Explorer series for children. As well as illustrating a diverse range of publications on natural history, anatomy, and medieval life subjects, Veres is also a highly regarded expert on sailing ships. He is the illustrator of A Mariners Tale, The Story of Sail, and Sailing Rigs. His illustrated books have been published all over the world, including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Norway, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Ukraine, Croatia and Hungary. He lives in the city of Pecs, Hungary, with his family.
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