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Zoom in on Bizarre Bugs

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By Richard Spilsbury

Zero in on some of the weird and wonderful creatures—such as ticks, mites, lice and viruses—that live on and in our bodies. In BIZARRE BUGS, find about the creepy crawlies that live in your eyelashes, and meet the worms that feast on half-digested food in your gut.

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Reviews

"There is just enough information to satisfy youngsters' curiosity and give adults the shivers. All volumes are well-designed with short paragraphs explaining colorful illustrations. Short captions appear with all pictures."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2014

"…a great research tool. It would also be the perfect browsing book for a budding scientist or simply a curious reader."

Southern Maine Library District, January 5, 2014

"The text is presented in kid-friendly chunks…The information is useful and would be good for informational research or just for fun reading."

Southwest Ohio and Neighboring Libraries, posted January 2, 2014

"Great nonfiction book will surely attract our bug lovers."

Clark County School District, December 17, 2013

"Close-up photographs and insets combine with a simple, accessible text to provide a detailed if busy perspective on what the eye cannot see."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2014

"...an exciting informational book about very unusual insects and what makes them so different...Young readers will be engaged in this unique and stimulating information."

Eastern Washington Book Review Council

"The illustrations alone are fascinating, but the text is also very informative. This is the type of book that every young budding scientist should have access to. The writing is kid-friendly and informative, the photographs are amazing, and the organization is good…This book will appeal to kids who are genuinely fascinated by insects, by the macabre, or just by science."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2013

"Extreme close-ups of bugs, viruses, cells, and more charge up this series with browser appeal."

School Library Journal, Fall 2013

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