I bought this book for my daughter on her third birthday. Worldreader has a mobile app in Opera Mini a browser that compresses data that allows you to read lots of material for free. Each chapter in this book is about a pathogen—a bacterium, virus, or parasite—or a natural toxin that can contaminate food and cause illness. Well matched with the concept, the mixedmedia illustrations are simple and effective. On vivid, double-page spreads, each species is contrasted with common household objects to give readers a frame of reference as to scale. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading.
Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. She loved it so much that we renewed it a gazillion times. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. It also included diagrams about the anatomy of insects, their habitats, and their life cycles. For instance, giant wetapungas grasshopper relatives from New Zealand rest on a baseball and bat, birdwing butterflies hover over an opened box of crayons, and a tarantula hawk wasp and its prey a tarantula engage in a battle to the death amidst spools of red, blue, and orange thread.
My daughter loves to sit on my lap or snuggle right up in my side and read the book with me. Illustrated life-size, the bugs are transposed from their natural habitats to a human home. An attractive addition to picture-book collections. She loved it so much that we renewed it a gazillion times. The books can be read on the Worldreader mobile app for free. The book contains scientific and technical information about the major pathogens that cause these kinds of illnesses.
Karey Wehner, San Francisco Public Library Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. I had no clue David A. Also the author and illustrator of the critically acclaimed Color series, featuring One Red Dot, Blue 2, 600 Black Spots, Yellow Square, and White Noise, he lives in Auburn, California, with his wife and two daughters. I knew that I wanted to buy her one of these buggy books of her own. Material is only available in electronic format. Simply download the Kindle app on your device and purchase the material through Amazon. From Kirkus Reviews: Thirteen giant insects are briefly described and dramatically portrayed in meticulous color illustrations by the author's son.
However, The Big Bug Book's unique and strikingly realistic illustrations make it recreational reading par excellence. The book lends itself to the writing trait of presentation through it vivid use of pop-ups that leave the reader anticipating every turn of the page. Cole makes good use of changing perspectives in the skillfully composed paintings of rural scenes. The boxes describe plainly what can make you sick and, more important, how to prevent it. Children will enjoy picking out the objects that appear in several illustrations, as they diminish or increase in size from page to page.
The children's favorite author David Carter does it again but on a grand scale sending his beloved bugs on a new adventure in The Big Bug Book. This book incorporated lots of bugs from the other books, and my daughter loved seeing the familiar bugs. Well matched with the concept, the mixedmedia illustrations are simple and effective. Possible ex library copy, thatâll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. I found it useful not only for learning about insect species with colorful and detailed photos. It's tiny and a little piece of yarn. One of my favorites was a photo of a cut away of a termite mound.
Each turn of the page takes the viewer farther away. Each turn of the page takes the viewer farther away. The book is a fun resource for kindergarten math through its use of counting and shapes and a great read for K-2. It was perfect and exactly what I needed. An attractive addition to picture-book collections. Sentence fluency is created through rhyming and fun, active sentences. Department of Health and Human Services.
The first was the counting bugs that we borrowed from the library. This is the second book that she has read from this author. I would definitely recommend that parents help their small children with this book, especially if you don't want it getting ruined. . Carter is a master paper engineer and creator of the Bugs series, which has sold more than 6 million copies.
May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. My little girl loved them all, but was quite surprised with the big ones. Carter wrote so many of these books. The first was the counting bugs that we borrowed from the library. Carter wrote so ma I bought this book for my daughter on her third birthday. I had a hard time deciding on which book to buy her. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
Her favorites ones from the counting book were in this one, so I thought that was great. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. It also included diagrams about the anatomy of insects, their habitats, and their life cycles. I'll read the words while she'll lift the flaps and help turn the pages. Brief glossary, but scientific names aren't given. The words in this story are basic and rhyme. All the material can be purchased on Amazon for your Kindle and all others devices.