Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Amy S. Hansen ; illustrations by Robert C. Kray|
|Contributions||Kray, Robert Clement|
|LC Classifications||QL496 .H36 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2009024073|
Although the book is recommended for intermediate readers, I've read it with my grandchildren (3 and 6) and they've enjoyed the conversational style of Ms. Hansen's writing. They especially enjoy flipping back and forth between pages 24/25 and 26/27 to compare a bug's life in the winter to a bug /5. A new one joins their ranks this year with the release of Amy S. Hansen’s Bugs and Bugsicles. What makes this book stand out from the crowd is its focus on what happens to some insects when the winter season comes. With information on eight specific insects: the praying mantis, field cricket, dragonfly, ladybug, honeybee, pavement ant. This book explores the wonder of how these little creatures survive against the big challenge of winter. Bugs and Bugsicles: Insects in the Winter. (0) 0. Write Review Add to favorites. Book Information. let's imagine for a moment it's one of the those warm fall days and you're out for a glorious walk and you start seeing bugs. About Bugs and Bugsicles. The secret world of insects revealed. Every fall, insects disappear. And every spring, they return. Where do they go? The dragonfly dies, leaving its young safe in the muddy bottom of a stream. The monarch butterfly sails the air to dry mountains in Mexico.
Bugs and Bugsicles: Insects in the Winter. Honesdale, Pa.: Boyds Mills Press. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Hansen, Amy and Robert Clement Kray, Bugs and Bugsicles: Insects in the Winter. Honesdale, Pa.: Boyds Mills Press, MLA Citation (style guide) Hansen, Amy, and Robert Clement Kray. Then look again, as spring arrives, snow melts, flowers bloom, and suddenly, the bugs are back. Bugs & Bugsicles: Insects in the Winter Boyds Mills Press, Feb Illustrated by Robert C. Kray Ages 32 pages Non-fiction picture book Hard cover list $, paperback list $ When I was young, bugs seemed magical. Bugs and Bugsicles. Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. Find This Book Add to Reading List Series Insects in the Winter. Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated. Enhancements were made to more precisely measure materials read in K-2 classrooms. Amy S. Hansen has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. Amy S. Hansen’s most popular book is Bugs and Bugsicles: Insects in the Winter.
In Bugs and Bugsicles, Hansen shows the diversity of strategies insects use to survive the grasshopper of Aesop’s Fables fame, many insects begin their winter preparations while the weather is still late summer Monarch butterflies get ready to fly to Mexico, honeybees cap off their cells full of pollen and nectar, and ants stockpile seeds of all sorts and : Sue Heavenrich. The Paperback of the Bugs and Bugsicles: Insects in the Winter by Amy S. Hansen, Robert C. Kray | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 2/5(1). Feb 4, - Explore TrulyNolenPest's board "Bugs Between the Pages", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Childrens books, Children's literature and Bugs pins. Get this from a library! Bugs and bugsicles: insects in the winter. [Amy Hansen; Robert Clement Kray] -- Every fall, insects disappear. And every spring, they return. Where do they go? The dragonfly dies, leaving its young safe in the muddy bottom of a stream. The monarch butterfly sails the air to dry.