One Little Bug: Exploring Nature for Curious Kids

One Little Bug: Exploring Nature for Curious Kids
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August 15, 2023
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Young readers are introduced to bugs and insects in this nonfiction board book that includes lift-the-flaps and peek-through pages throughout, as well as prompts and activities to encourage children to get outside and explore their world.

Through simple facts, prompts, and activities, children are introduced to the wonderful world of bugs and insects! They'll learn how each bug and insect is unique; where to find them; and even how to make a wormery of their own to study earthworms up close. Young readers will discover how some bugs pollinate flowers, what kinds of bugs and insects like to live near water, and much more. This sturdy board book, which includes shaped lift-the-flaps and peek-through pages throughout, is the perfect nonfiction book to inspire a love of nature in young readers.

The One Little board book series from Tiger Tales immerses young readers in the natural world. These engaging nonfiction titles present the processes of growth and change in our world, with bite-size facts and lift-the-flaps for an interactive learning experience.

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delightful and educational book of discovery about bugs
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ONE LITTLE BUG is a clever lift-the-flap board book that teaches children about insects and bugs. The book includes many flaps on each page with fun facts or ideas for further exploration. For instance, after the bug safari, there is a page spread on taking a closer look, checking out how many legs, eyes, wings, and which patterns the bugs may have. It also includes information on bug habitats, unique features, and more.

What I loved: This is a great lift-the-flap board book for young readers who love bugs. The book contains plenty of fun facts as well as flaps to discover more information. Each page spread has a theme, so children can decide which pages/themes they want to really delve into with plenty of text and information across the spread. Detailed illustrations and bright colors make this a fun book to visually explore. This ends up being educational and enjoyable - a perfect setup for older toddlers and preschoolers.

What left me wanting more: As a small thing, the text can be tough to read in places when it is black and set against darker colors. The flaps are also only cardstock thickness, and though they are built in, some of the shapes make them easy to rip for rougher readers.

Final verdict: ONE LITTLE BUG is a delightful exploration of the bug world with plenty of fun facts, detailed illustrations, and flaps to discover.
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