Learn all about bees, butterflies, spiders, and other creepy crawlies. Jaret C. Daniels, author of many bug books, presents a kids’ introduction to entomology. From ants and beetles to dragonflies and mosquitoes, this easy-to-understand book is a perfect guide for beginners. It features expert insights on a variety of common and important insects. It delves into such topics as what the various species eat, how and where to find them, and why they’re important. In the field-guide section, featured species are organized by type of bug. Full-color photographs and descriptions of key markings help readers to identify the species they see in nature. 5 x 7 x .5 inches.
Rock Collecting for Kids . Book
With this book, you’ll experience the excitement of finding, collecting, and identifying rocks and minerals. Dan R. Lynch, author of many field guides, presents a children’s introduction to our amazing Earth. The book begins with geology basics, such as where rocks come from and how Earth’s surface changes over time. Next, young readers are provided with an identification guide, which features full-color photographs and ID tips on 75 types of common and collectible rocks and minerals. From there, a “how to” section includes details on what to look for, where to look, and what to bring, as well as safety considerations. 5 x 7 x .5 inches.
Whose Track is That? . Book
This interactive and entertaining picture book features the full-color photography of Stan Tekiela, a professional naturalist and award-winning author. With every reading, children get more familiar with a variety of North American critters. They might soon start seeing animal tracks on every outing! Author: Tekiela, Stan. 6.4 x 6.4 x 1.3 inches.