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Bugs

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Fly Guy

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Fly Guy

A hip new hero brings life to a traditional tale with hilarious pictures and amusing, easy-to-read text.

Dirty Rotten Bugs?: Arthropods Unite To Tell Their Side of The Story

Dirty Rotten Bugs?: Arthropods Unite To Tell Their Side of The Story

Bugs lead interesting and useful lives-read all about them in this entertaining and informative account.

Crickwing

Crickwing

This story, set in the world of ants, tells of artistic aspirations and collaborative efforts while offering accurate information and an inspirational message.

Diary of A Fly

Diary of A Fly

Funny and fast-paced, this picture book will leave listeners clamoring for more. Luckily Cronin and Bliss have also collaborated on Diary of A Worm and Diary of A Spider.

James and The Giant Peach

James and The Giant Peach

The classic tale of a young boy mistreated by his aunts and befriended by enormous insects, this story is filled with adventure and excitement.

Martina, the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale

Martina, the Beautiful Cockroach: A Cuban Folktale

If you thought a fly was an unlikely hero, check out this love story featuring a coquettish cockroach. Another appealing (?!) cockroach is featured in Maybelle in the Soup.

My First Book About Insects

My First Book About Insects

The Sesame Street crew introduces young listeners to bugs of all sorts.

Beetle Bop

Beetle Bop

Fleming's signature colored paper collages decorate this cheerful book dedicated to discovering all about beetles.

Big Bug Surprise

Big Bug Surprise

Prunella saves the day when a swarm of bees invades her classroom.

Breakout At The Bug Lab

Breakout At The Bug Lab

This humorous story features an enormous cockroach that goes missing and two brothers who try to help their naturalist mom track him down.

The Tarantula Scientist

The Tarantula Scientist

The real life adventures of a scientist in the field, this book just might inspire readers to consider a life of enquiry-or photography.

Insect

Insect

Eyewitness books can always be counted on to feature lots of amazing photos and this catalog of creepy crawly insects is no exception. Younger readers might prefer the simpler approach in Anne Rockwell's Bugs Are Insects, illustrated by Steve Jenkins.

Butterfly Eyes And Other Secrets Of The Meadow

Butterfly Eyes And Other Secrets Of The Meadow

Sidman's poems capture the beauty and mystery of the natural world. For another poet's take on the topic, pick up Douglas Florian's Insectlopedia.

I Love Bugs!

I Love Bugs!

A colorful catalog of insects for the very youngest listeners, this picture book features a bug-loving narrator and a simple, direct style in both words and illustrations.