What kid doesn’t like insects? All things creepy and crawly are so fun to learn about when you’re a kid!
My kids love to lift up rocks and logs to see what bugs they can find. Our absolute favorite book to learn about insects is ‘On One Flower’ by Anthony D. Fredricks. It shows the relationship and food chain between insects and how the insects living on and near one flower depend upon each other. The illustrations are wonderful and it is such an enjoyable read.
Whether learning about bugs in your homeschool classroom science curriculum or for summer reading, these are all fabulous and informative reads for children’s books on insects. Any one of them would make the best birthday gifts for kids.
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Our Favorite Books about bugs
Ultimate Bugopedia: The Most Complete Bug Reference Ever (National Geographic Kids)
On One Flower: Butterflies, Ticks And a Few More Icks
The Illustrated World Encyclopedia of Insects: A natural history and identification guide to beetles, flies, bees wasps, springtails, mayflies, … crickets, bugs, grasshoppers, fleas, spide
On Beyond Bugs: All About Insects (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
The Grouchy Ladybug
The Bee Tree
Bugs: A Stunning Pop-up Look at Insects, Spiders, and Other Creepy-Crawlies
Butterfly Colors and Counting
Bugs A to Z
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Our Favorite Books about Insects
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