Bugs - Kindle Review

Bugs - Kindle Review
Does your child have a kindle? Do you like to download educational book for them? They can even see them on your phone with the kindle app. If your child or children are particularly interested in bugs they might be interested in this kindle book is Bugs of the World (Creepy Crawly Encyclopedia)

It is a picture book with full color photos of many bugs and an insert fact on each page. Some photos show the bugs in their natural locations and others show them along on a white background so it is easy to see the many details. There are also some photos of the life cycle of the butterfly. Some of the insects included in this book: spiders, (including tarantulas), scorpion, butterflies, beetles, (including lady bugs), grasshoppers, locust, bee, dragonfly, flies, praying mantis, ants, moths, crickets, and the centipede.

In the Awesome Kids Educational Books series I found these to be interesting – Bugs of the World and World Countries of the World: Countries Of The World (Quick Facts And Figures) (Awesome Kids Educational Books)

Now might be a great time to learn about: Insects, Spiders and Bugs – kids seem to either love bugs or not – and it doesn’t seem to matter if your child is a son or daughter – either can develop an intense interest in the world they live in. Let them have every possible opportunity to expand their knowledge of the world around them. Expose them to opportunities and let them see what there is to learn about Insects, Spiders and Bugs!

I downloaded this Kindle version of Insecto-Pedia (Insects Of The World): Insects, Spiders and Bug Facts for Kids (Awesome Kids Educational Books) (Insects of the World) for an opportunity to learn new things about Insects, Spiders and Bugs.

The Kindle book has beautiful full color photos of life cycle of a butterfly, and spiders, moths, and beetles. These photos are interspersed with interesting facts about Insects, Spiders and Bug Facts! Learn about moths and how they can impersonate other animals! Ants enslave other ants, keeping them captive and making them work in their colony! There is much to learn and it is easy with the format of this book…photos and facts!

Other books about bugs: Ultimate Bugopedia: The Most Complete Bug Reference Ever (National Geographic Kids), Big Book of Bugs and Bugs A to Z.

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