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Bugs all Around!

A Web by Isabelle Simler

Follows a spider as it collects items to decorate its web from a landscape filled with insects, leaves, flowers, feathers, and seeds, all labeled for identification.

Twig by Aura Parker

Heidi, a tall, twig-like stick insect, does everything she can to make friends on her first day at Bug School, but even her teacher, Miss Orb, fails to notice her.

100 Bugs! : a Counting Book by Kate Narita

A boy and girl find and count 100 different bugs in their backyard in increments of ten.

How to Find a Friend by Maria S. Costa

A wistful blue squirrel and an athletic red rabbit are each looking for a friend and missing each other by inches, although helpful bugs are trying to steer them in the right direction.

Leap by JonArno Lawson

A startled little flea triggers a domino effect of surprised jumps in a grasshopper, a bunny, a dog and other animals in a circular story poem that combines engaging action words with mixed-media collage art.

Stories from Bug Garden by Lisa Moser

The garden was old and forgotten, with a tumbledown wall and a one-wheeled barrow. So they moved in one by one, by one. What may appear to be an abandoned garden is actually home to an eclectic array of insects, from a ladybug who prefers making mud angels to acting like a lady, to a roly-poly bug who loves to roll, to a cricket who dreams of grand adventures.

Flowers are calling by Rita Gray

Rhyming text explores the wonders of natural cooperation between flowers and the animals and insects of the forest.

Some Bugs by Angela DiTerlizzi

From butterflies and moths to crickets and cicadas, a rhyming exploration of backyard-bug behavior.

Ant puppet craft: http://www.toddlerapproved.com/2013/06/easy-ant-puppet-snack-bug-week.html


Insect sort printable: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-A9qMIF_l6UZWMyN2Y1YjMtMWZmOC00OTQzLWFjMDUtODI2ZmY0NjkxOGM2/view

National Geographic Invertebrates: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/

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Comments on: "Bugs all Around!" (1)

  1. I love everything about this. Wish my parents had read me more bug books. Though that still didn’t stop the obsession…

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