This juicy book shows how some insects get the food they need to survive from plants, while others get it from animals, or both plants and animals. Readers will be surprised to learn that the mouthparts of an insect usually determine what it eatssome chew, some sip.
From eating pests to being a source of food for other animals, insects play a vital role in the world. This exciting new title examines some of the many ways insects are helpful to other living things and helpful to the Earth. This informative title will inspire a respect for insects and all living things.
Vivid photographs and engaging text combine to explain how insects grow and change. This informative title introduces readers to complete and incomplete metamorphosis and encourages readers to compare and contrast these processes.
Insects, like all living things, need a place to call home. In this fact-filled title, readers will get a close-up look at different insect habitats, including those underground, above ground, and in water. Readers will discover how insects get what they need to survive from their different habitats and how changes to the environment pose a serious risk to insects. The book includes examples of solitary and social insects.
More than half of all the animals on Earth are insects. This informative overview title introduces readers to the world of insects and identifies the defining characteristics and behaviors common to all insects.
Many insects work together to survive. Engaging text and exciting images help give readers a close-up look at bees, wasps, termites, and ants. They will discover how these insects organize their groups into a social order. Each insect plays a particular role within their group and cooperates in order to complete daily tasks and increase the group's chances of survival.
From crawling and burrowing to jumping and swimming, insects move in many different ways! This action-packed title introduces readers to the different ways insects get around and explains the link between form and function by examining how an insects body is suited for a certain type of movement.