The Big Book of Bugs
- ISBN 9780500650677
- 34.00 x 23.00 cm
- PLC (no jacket)
- Illustrated in colour throughout
- First published 2016
• Just how slow can a snail go?
• Why does a stick insect look like a stick?
• How does a butterfly flutter?
‘Splendid … children and their parents will be riveted’– Observer
‘Continues the welcome trend for beautifully illustrated non fiction … a book to stimulate curiousity and counter squeamishness’ – The Sunday Times
'A gem of children's non-fiction … answers all the questions your little one might ask'– The Guardian Witness
‘With beautifully detailed illustrations and funny, fact-filled language, this is the ultimate guide to our creepy-crawly world’– Parent Talk
‘One of our favourite non-fiction picture books … A highly engaging, yet understated learning experience for any young bug-spotter’– Picture Books Blogger
Here is a fact-filled book for young children about all kinds of creepy crawlies.
Yuval Zommer’s wonderful illustrations show the wrigglers, stingers, bombers, fliers and chirpers of the bug world – and children will love the search-and-find activities on the page.
For ages 4+
Yuval Zommer studied at the Royal College of Art, London. He has worked as a creative director at many top advertising agencies. He has been nominated for a Teach Primary New Children’s Fiction Award.
Barbara Taylor has worked as a science editor and writer at London’s Natural History Museum. She is an award-winning author and consultant of more than 150 books for children.