Bug Book for Kids
Coloring Fun and Awesome Facts
Color and learn awesome facts about 25 cool backyard bugs—plus bonus trading cards!
Meet 25 weird and wonderful backyard bugs! This learn-through-coloring book provides kids with hours of coloring fun and teaches them exciting facts about these creepy-crawly creatures at the same time.
Did you know that centipedes can regrow legs they've lost to predators? That ladybugs can have up to 20 spots, stripes, or no markings at all? Or that houseflies taste with their feet? Here's what these bugs look like, how they protect themselves, how they crawl and jump and fly, and so much more. Children will have fun coloring the bugs, learning about them (including the difference between bugs and insects), and becoming backyard bug experts.
Bug Book for Kids features:
• 50 age-appropriate illustrations, perfect for little hands.
• Learning while having coloring fun! Kids will discover amazing facts for each bug that they can share with family and friends.
• Bonus trading cards at the end of the book for kids to color.
Praise for Bug Book for Kids
“A beautiful balance of enticing facts, simple yet accurate artwork, and creative opportunities for both parents and kids alike, Bug Book for Kids provides a wealth of opportunities for both learning and creative coloring. It’s the ideal book for helping young budding artists, scientists, and nature/bug lovers connect to backyard bugs, those familiar yet mysterious creatures so fascinating to youngsters. Bug Book for Kids fills a niche for integrating science, art, and most of all...FUN.” —Glenn Lustig, elementary school teacher, curriculum writer, and teachers' coach “We're back for more fun and facts! The second coloring book by this amazing author and illustrator duo has bug-loving kids in mind. From beginning to end, Bug Book for Kids will easily entertain any child interested in insects. They will enjoy learning about them, coloring them, and even creating their own trading cards. The creatures included are backyard bugs that your child likely already knows and loves; they will also learn how some of our favorite bugs are, in fact, not insects at all! As a former insect collector, I greatly appreciate the facts about spiders, scorpions, and pillbugs setting the record straight and hopefully inspiring the next generation of entomologists!” —Debra Lanum-Carnes, K-8 STEM educator “Katie Henries-Meisner’s Bug Book for Kids is a great tool for children to explore the world of bugs on their own or in a group, both in a classroom or at home. The language used is digestible to children while being informative of the characteristics, habitats, and life cycles of bugs. And the illustrations and trading cards are beautifully drawn. As a teacher and parent who loves to take students on bug hunts, I think her book would be a great addition to any home or classroom.” —Candi Fuller, early education, preschool teacher