Little Kids First Nature Guide Bugs

Little Kids First Nature Guide Bugs
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Release Date
May 03, 2022
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This delightful little nature guide for young children is all about discovering the many insects, spiders, and other creatures―aka BUGS!―that creep, crawl, and fly around your neighborhood and beyond.

Young explorers learn where, when, and how to safely and kindly find insects, spiders, and other creepy-crawlies such as worms and pill bugs with this fun and sturdy take-along guide. Features include:

  • Easy-to-understand profiles of a variety of insects and spiders commonly found in North America, along with some exotic bugs from around the world
  • Vibrant National Geographic photography that brings the subject matter to life
  • “Check Me Out!” fact boxes that provide more information about each creature, including size and color, where it’s found, and what it eats
  • Basic facts about insect and spider anatomy and life cycles
  • Tips on how to how to become keen observers and explorers, and how and where to spot insects and spiders
  • Cool fun facts sprinkled throughout
  • Simple text for reading aloud or for beginning readers
  • Ideas for related activities
  • A helpful glossary
  • Flexible binding for durability
Inspired by National Geographic’s best-selling Little Kids First Big Book series, this sturdy take-along guide series is designed to get young children and their families excited about going outside and exploring the world firsthand, beginning with BUGS!

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What I Liked: I love the flexible yet sturdy pages that can withstand the wear and tear of little hands engaging with this book. There are so many wonderful photographs that it is engaging even if you don’t normally love creepy crawlies. The text features make it very easy to understand the body parts or life cycles of the creatures in question. The book does invite young explorers to take this book along as they explore nature. I love the idea of kids getting outside and getting answers to what they are seeing. The only drawback I think in using this particular book is that it is so broad that many of the cool bugs wouldn’t actually be found near them. It also seems like many of the bugs are found in North America so it wouldn’t be as helpful in other parts of the world.
Final Verdict: There are so many facts and creatures featured that it will be a text that children can keep coming back to deepen their understanding for many years. The amount of text and vocabulary used would appeal to avid bug lovers starting at four as advertised but for more casual readers it would still be appropriate at K-3rd grade easily. This is a great addition to the home or the classroom.
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