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The Life Cycle of a Beetle - HC
The Life Cycle of a Beetle - HC
The Life Cycle of a Beetle - HC
9780778706625 | In Stock
US$25.27
US$18.95
 
Hundreds of thousands of beetles live all over the world in habitats as diverse as swamps, rainforests, and deserts. The Life Cycle of a Beetle describes the growth and development of these fascinating insects from egg to adult. Full-color images of all kinds of beetles, from the familiar to the extraordinary, are included. Illustrations and photographs illuminate topics such as:
• where beetles lay their eggs
• the transformation from larva to pupa to beetle
• differences between male and female beetles
• how beetles defend themselves against predators
• dangers faced by beetles
• how children can help beetles


Reading Level: Gr. 3
Interest Level: Gr. 3-6
Guided Reading Level: L
Binding: Hardcover
Series: The Life Cycle Series
Author(s): Molly Aloian, Bobbie Kalman

Format
Size: 8 ½″ × 9 ½″
No. of Pages: 32
Index Included: Yes
Glossary Included: Yes

GRL: L
ATOS: 5.9
Dewey: 595.76
Lexile: Not Available at this time.
Copyright: 2004

Reviews
The Life Cycle of a Beetle

Sea Horse, Beetle, Flower "The sentence structure and vocabulary are not over lengthy or technical yet give ample information. The use of diagrams and spectacular photographs expand and enrich the text while adding a magnetic interest and are an invaluable aid to comprehension....The Life Cycle series will lend itself beautifully to beginning research projects for home or school. The page layout is interesting and inviting without being cluttered." —Catholic Library World, 12/04 The Life Cycle of a Beetle, Honeybee, Mosquito "...In all three, the layouts are beautifully done, with attractive, large, and varied typefaces and bright and clear artwork....The scientific material is delivered in a vocabulary that has been carefully crafted to meet the needs and capabilities of students in the third to sixth grades. I recommend these three titles for elementary school libraries." —SB&F (Science Books and Films), July/August 2004