Thursday 28 September 2017

Bugs by Simon Tyler (Pavilion Children's Books)

Ever fancied becoming an Entymologist when you grow up? Studying insects all day long? Well here's a great place to start your journey - a fantastic new book on bugs!
"Bugs" by illustrator and author Simon Tyler brings together one of the most fascinating subjects in Biology in a format that's an absolute win for curious little kids who (like Charlotte) have a penchant for all things creepy and crawly.

This wonderful compendium of bugs and insect life breaks down various species into their taxonomic groups and dishes up fascinating fact after fascinating fact about species we (sometimes uncomfortably) share our living spaces and world with. 

Bugs are truly amazing, and in this book gets up close and personal with over 50 different and fantastic bugs including the biggest, smallest and most amazing bugs in the world, the most beautiful and the ones with the strangest habits. 

This book shows all types of insects in colourful detail and tells you all about their senses, defences, camouflage, how they catch prey, where they live and more. 

Find out which bug "Family" each species belongs to. 

In the book you'll find out about the biggest, smallest and most amazing bugs in the world. 

Beetles. You can't drive them, they're rubbish at playing music but they do have some of the most amazing variations and sub-species amongst the insect world. 
Become a bug expert and see their real beauty with this stunning book.

Charlotte's favourite bit: Learning all about different types of beetles, her favourite bugs of all. 

Daddy's favourite bit: A really nicely put together book, clearly written and illustrated with tons of amazing bug facts to keep little ones happy. 

(Kindly supplied for review)

"Bugs" by Simon Tyler is out now, published by Pavilion Children's Books