Ultimate Bugopedia, 2nd Edition: The Most Complete Bug Reference Ever (Library Binding)

Ultimate Bugopedia, 2nd Edition: The Most Complete Bug Reference Ever By Darlyne Murawski, Nancy Honovich Cover Image
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Updated, expanded, and buzzing with the latest information on all the wild, wacky, cool, and creepy insects and spiders that kids love, this is a must-have title for all young explorers!

Get ready to meet even more incredible bugs in the second edition of Ultimate Bugopedia!

Featuring snakeflies, the red fire ant, the Indian domino cockroach, and hundreds more, this expanded edition explores all your favorite creatures that creep, crawl, and climb. Wonder how different spiders make their webs? This book has you covered with facts, photos, and explanations of the six different types of webs! If you think caterpillars are cool and butterflies are beautiful, you won’t want to miss the section on metamorphosis. Reviewed by an expert in the field of entomology and featuring completely updated facts and figures, parents, teachers, and young readers can be sure they’re getting the latest and greatest information on all things bugs. It’s the perfect fun-filled reference book for use at school or home.

About the Author

DARLYNE MURAWSKI is an author and nature photographer with degrees in biology and art. Her work appears in children’s books and magazines, including 11 stories in National Geographic magazine. Several of Darlyne's children’s books have received recognition as “outstanding science and trade books for students K–12.” Much of her work focuses on small and sometimes overlooked topics such as moths, spiders, parasites, diatoms, worms, reptiles, and fungi. She has worked and published as a research biologist and has taught courses in biology and nature photography. She currently gives school talks and lives in Arlington, MA. 

Website: DarlyneMurawski.com

DR. BILL LAMP, a Nebraska native and University of Maryland professor, became an entomologist the day he discovered aquatic insects in the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Though he has been bitten by hellgrammites, stabbed by tabanid larvae, and stung by vespid wasps, the amazing and intricate behaviors of insects keep Bill exploring new habitats and species. With more than 90 publications on aquatic and pest insect ecology, Bill enjoys sharing his enthusiasm for entomology with his wonderful students, wife, children, and grandchildren.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781426376160
ISBN-10: 1426376162
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Publication Date: April 16th, 2024
Pages: 296
Language: English

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