Bugs Bugs Bugs! (DK Readers: Level 2)

by Jennifer A Dussling (Author)

Bugs Bugs Bugs! (DK Readers: Level 2)
Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade
Read all about big bad bugs, clever little bugs, and some of the fiercest bugs ever!

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School Library Journal

Gr 2-4-Dorling Kindersley has become an expert at combining (and recombining) crisp, colorful shots to entice readers. These titles, on topics selected to capture the attention of the intended audience, are carefully laid out in a user-friendly format guaranteed to reassure neophyte readers. Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!, for children beginning to read on their own, has a chatty text that, while including such comfortable phrases as "Yikes!" and "That's a big turnoff!," does present some thought-provoking information on a variety of insects (though "smart" as applied to thorn bugs is questionable). Several info boxes and a page of "Bug Facts" provide extra data. If you already own Steve Parker's Insects (1997) and/or What's Inside: Insects (both DK, 1992; o.p.), you can still use this one. 
Jennifer A Dussling
Jennifer Dussling has written many children's books, including Dino Eggs, Slinky, Scaly Snakes, and One Little Flower Girl. She lives in Huntington, New York. Diane Palmisciano is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and has illustrated more than fifty books for children. She lives in North Scituate, Rhode Island, where she takes long walks with her dog through the woods and at the beach.
Lexile Measure
Guided Reading Level
Publication date
February 20, 2011
DK Readers: Level 2
BISAC categories
JNF003120 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Animals | Insects, Spiders, etc.
JNF045000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Readers | Beginner
Library of Congress categories

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