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by Cathryn Sill,John Sill

eBook About Insects: A Guide for Children (The About Series) download ISBN: 1561452327
Author: Cathryn Sill,John Sill
Publisher: Peachtree Pub Ltd (March 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 48
ePub: 1586 kb
Fb2: 1232 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

Then this is the book for you. About Insects is a non fiction book with lots of facts about insects

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). A fabulous addition to an important series for kids, this book explores the fascinating world of insects. Once again, teacher Cathryn Sill and her husband, illustrator John Sill, have collaborated on the most recent addition to the ABOUTseries. Then this is the book for you. About Insects is a non fiction book with lots of facts about insects. I learned most of this in school, but I didn’t know that insects have waterproof skeletons on the outside of their bodies.

In Stock Great book, as is the whole series. Good way to introduce young children to spiders without fear/negative mythology.

Great book, as is the whole series.

Describes the anatomy, behavior, and habitat of various insects, including the beetle, moth, and cockroach. no page number in the book.

Sill, Cathryn . 1953-; Sill, John, ill. Publication date. Describes the anatomy, behavior, and habitat of various insects, including the beetle, moth, and cockroach.

by Cathryn Sill(Author), John Sill(Illustrator)

by Cathryn Sill(Author), John Sill(Illustrator). With beautifully detailed, realistic paintings, noted wildlife illustrator John Sill introduces readers to the diversity of the fish population, from an Arctic char to a Porcupine fish.

In this addition to the acclaimed Abou. eries, educator and author Cathryn Sill uses simple, easy-to-understand .

With beautifully detailed, realistic paintings, noted wildlife illustrator John Sill introduces readers to the huge variety of mammals, from the tiny White-footed Deermouse to the large American Bison. An afterword provides details on the animals featured and inspires readers to learn more.

Insects – A Non-Fiction book about insects with lots of interesting facts .

A simple non-fiction book, perfect for early grades, a good start on the topic of insects for school science and nature projects. This is from the Mummy Nature Series: A mini nature lesson wrapped up in colour and rhyme.

Author and former elementary school teacher Cathryn Sill and her husband, noted wildlife illustrator John Sill, offer young readers a first glimpse into the natural world of mollusks in their latest book in the acclaimed ABOUT.

Cathryn and John Sill tackle the fascinating and varied world of insects in this easy-to-read and educational book, painting these . This great book, I like the detail of the pictures, is easy for children to read and understand. All basic infromation about defferent insects.

This great book, I like the detail of the pictures, is easy for children to read and understand. Fran01, November 14, 2013.

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Describes the anatomy, behavior, and habitat of various insects, including the beetle, moth, and cockroach.
Comments: (7)
Manazar
My daycare children love bugs and Learning about them, a favorite in the reading area.
Landamath
My son and I both love these books. They have basic facts that are scientifically accurate, interesting, but not too much information for a pre-schooler. The drawings are great and make this one you will come back to again and again.
Moronydit
Good realistic book about insects with good illustrations. I am happy with the book. Best for kids around 5-6.
Zovaithug
We all learned something.
Unde
Again, I loved this book -- children, particularly girls are frequently scared of bugs/insects and this may help them to realize what neat things bugs are.
Doukree
A very good reference book for teachers but also totally enjoyable for the 3-5 year olds. The text is so simple that my kids enjoy reading it.
Sironynyr
Have you ever wondered how insects live? What they eat? How they move? Then this is the book for you. About Insects is a non fiction book with lots of facts about insects. I learned most of this in school, but I didn’t know that insects have waterproof skeletons on the outside of their bodies. Cool! Insects also can live almost anywhere. They use antennae to help them smell, taste and feel.

I’ve read many of this author’s books and I always enjoy them. I like learning new facts and there’s usually something in the back of the book if you want to learn more. She has a glossary, suggestions for further reading and websites to visit. My favorite website she recommended was www.bugfacts.com. This book is right for 3-8 year olds who like bugs. I like the illustrations because they have plenty of detail. The facts are fun to read. There are no hard words, unless you visit the back of the book for more information. I give this book four stars.
Review by Cameron H., age 6 , New Mexico Mensa
I love this whole series (or at least the 5 we have so far). The pictures have great detail, but the text is SO short and simple (as in one phrase or sentence per page), yet full of facts. They easily held the attention of my son at 3, and then as he got older he started really noticing the details. We pulled this one out again when we were reading The Grouchy Ladybug. It was a great seeing the stag beetle, the praying mantis, and over course, the ladybug beetle in both a fiction and non-fiction setting. I thought it was interesting that the description above critized the page where it talks about insects coming from eggs yet the picture not reflecting that. If they read the information about each picture at the back they would have known what was being depicted. It would have been hard to descibe in one simple sentence within the text, but I appreciate that the information is in the back. I read that on my own so I can answer my children's questions through our conversation.