Written for children of every age, so that they can become expert insect hunters!
Whether we like it or not, from the moment we take our first steps, we encounter those little creatures called insects. Some like them, others find them repulsive or even frightening. But all for us, for sure, are fascinated by that highly complex and incredible insect world. And here is a magnificent album that separates them all into groups: the ones that crawl, or jump, or fly: dragon flies, butterflies, bees, spiders, termites, flies and many more. All sorts of interesting facts about the mysterious world of these tiny animals: their burrows, their habitats and what they get up to at night, their social structure, what they eat, how big or small they are, wings and feet, how long they live. A double page with beautiful illustrations is devoted to each family of insects, and is sure to appeal to younger readers. By reading it we discover that the buzzing of bees is caused by their wings, that butterflies have sensitive antennas and suck nectar using a proboscis, and that dragon flies have huge eyes so that they can spy their prey from afar, before homing in on their target and devouring it. An “edu-tainment” book, the latest in the great ElectaKids tradition.