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Snug as a Bug: Where Bugs Live

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Explore the wild and wonderful places that insects, spiders, and other creepy-crawlies call home! Kids will come face-to-face with hairy spiders, burrowing crickets, wiggly worms, marching ants, and buzzing bees. Young readers will learn all about where each animal lives, as well as its physical characteristics and how it survives in its environment. Colorful photos and diagrams, clear text, age-appropriate activities, and critical-thinking questions will keep young readers turning the pages as they take a closer look at these intriguing critters.

 
Title   ATOS Format Qty
Snug as a Bug: Where Bugs Live (6 titles)
Cover: Inside the Ants' Nest Inside the Ants' Nest 3.8
Cover: Inside the Bees' Hive Inside the Bees' Hive 3.6
Cover: Inside the Cricket's Burrow Inside the Cricket's Burrow 4.2
Cover: Inside the Spider's Web Inside the Spider's Web 4.1
Cover: Inside the Tarantula's Burrow Inside the Tarantula's Burrow 4.0
Cover: Inside the Worm's Hole Inside the Worm's Hole 3.8
Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
BISACS JNF003000
Copyright 2014
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Snug as a Bug: Where Bugs Live
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions 10 x 8
ISBN 9781617729010, 9781617729461, 9781617729966
Title Format Reinforced book, Multi-User eBook, Savings Bundle
 

Snug as a Bug

A step up in complexity from Bullfrog’s “Insect World” series, this set presents basic animal information built around the features of each creature’s habitat. The mole cricket’s burrow, for example, expands to discussion of its physical characteristics, feeding habits, and mating behavior. Words are simple and direct, with an extra space often added between sentences to aid new readers. The layout is also helpful, with main text plus an inset image on the left, a full-page photograph on the right, and arrows that clearly connect captions to the appropriate image. Occasional questions encourage student involvement (e.g., “How do you think a new hive forms?”), with the answer usually provided within the text of the subsequent page. A “Science Lab” feature at the end provides instructions for replicating or writing about the animal’s home. Though not terrifically visually exciting, the level of information and the organized presentation are a good fit for the intended audience.

Snug as a Bug

A step up in complexity from Bullfrog’s “Insect World” series, this set presents basic animal information built around the features of each creature’s habitat. The mole cricket’s burrow, for example, expands to discussion of its physical characteristics, feeding habits, and mating behavior. Words are simple and direct, with an extra space often added between sentences to aid new readers. The layout is also helpful, with main text plus an inset image on the left, a full-page photograph on the right, and arrows that clearly connect captions to the appropriate image. Occasional questions encourage student involvement (e.g., “How do you think a new hive forms?”), with the answer usually provided within the text of the subsequent page. A “Science Lab” feature at the end provides instructions for replicating or writing about the animal’s home. Though not terrifically visually exciting, the level of information and the organized presentation are a good fit for the intended audience.

Author/Illustrator biography
Glossary of key words
Index
Table of contents
Full-color illustrations, Full-color photographs