Presented in a box set. In each box you'll find a spiral bound illustrated reference book, a large fold out poster and a 3D model to build, with instructions. 3D model in Bug IQ is a giant scorpion.
Category: Bugs and Insects
Fungus zombies, giraffe weevils, exploding ants, tortoise beetles and super hairy caterpillars - some very strange adaptations have taken place among the world's 2 million insect species. Join us on a global tour of weird bugs that offers a unique window into a world of alien-l ...Show more
You usually can't see these micro monsters--but now, with iExplore AR, you can Take a look at all the amazing tiny creatures that live all around us These micro monsters are normally invisible to the human eye, but the digital magic in this incredible book gives you a close-up view and 11 brilliant int ...Show more
Brand new non-fiction reading books delivering fun facts in under 200 words. Leapfrog Learners offer fun facts in accessible text, perfect for building reading confidence.
Prepare to cozy up with spiders, centipedes, butterflies, and bees, to name just a few In Bug Lab for Kids, Mississippi State University professor, entomologist (bug expert), and educator John Guyton shares his knowledge and excitement about all things beautiful, creepy, and crawly. Every chapter is bur ...Show more
Meet the coolest creepy crawlies on the planet The world's most captivating bugs will seem to jump off the page in this innovative and exciting book, featuring a deeply textured cover that looks and feels like an enormous spider Zoom in on the coolest bugs in the world, crawling the forest floo ...Show more
Category: NZ Picture Books
Did you know that butterflies taste with their feet, do a dark red poo when they come out of their chrysalises, and that some drink the tears of crocodiles? How does the world look to them, do they ever sleep, and how are some of them able to fly so high? This book, covering all sorts of international b ...Show more
Enter the world of buzzing bees, jumping grasshoppers, beautiful butterflies and other amazing bugs with this tin set. Get to know why spiders are not bugs, how bees make honey, and why cockroaches can even survive without their heads! Contains: - Reference Book- Wall Chart- Net, Tweezers, Petri Dishes, ...Show more
The animal experts from Lonely Planet Kids unearth 40 of the world's most bizarre species and rank them in order of their oddness! With jaw-dropping facts and amazing photos, this volume reveals each creature's seriously strange characteristics and the unusual ways they hunt, eat, or defend themselves.. ...Show more
Bursting with fascinating facts and striking photographs, this title provides surprising insights into the miniature world of bees, from their antennae to the hierarchy of the hive. It features extreme close-ups, cutaways and clear, informative captions, providing children with an abundance of informati ...Show more
Bursting with fascinating facts and striking photographs, this title provides surprising insights into the miniature world of spiders, from their eight legs to their intricate webs. It features extreme close-ups, cutaways and clear, informative captions, providing children with an abundance of informati ...Show more