Creepy, Crawly Caterpillars Hardcover – February 1, 1996
Creepy, Crawly Caterpillars Hardcover – February 1, 1996. by. Margery Facklam (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Margery Facklam (Author), Paul Facklam (Illustrator). After an introduction to basic caterpillar anatomy and behavior, Facklam presents a baker's dozen of common and decidedly uncommon species ranging from the familiar migratory Monarchs and hibernating woolly bears to the distinctly unusual carnivorous green grappler (caterpillar stage of the Hawaiian Eupithecia moth).
by Margery Facklam & illustrated by Paul Facklam. This splendid companion to The Big Bug Book (1994) will have budding entomologists poring over the pages. Each spread displays a greatly enlarged, dramatically colored caterpillar; along the bottom of the illustration runs a line of smaller drawings of the stages of growth-egg, caterpillar, pupa, adult moth-often hard to come by in much more difficult books. The accompanying text is precise, informative, but above all, exciting.
Creepy, crawly caterpillars.
Creepy, Crawly Caterpillars book.
From the creators of "The Bug Book" comes an in-depth look at 13 caterpillars found in various parts of the world. Through lively prose and strikingly illustrated double-page spreads, the caterpillar's anatomy, growth process, and interesting, sometimes bizarre, behavior is discussed, thus showing the reader how fascinating these tiny creatures can be. Full color.
A colorfully illustrated book featuring double-page spreads and a lively text introduces young readers to caterpillars by highlighting thirteen different species from around the world.
By Paul Facklam, Margery Facklam. Thirteen varieties of creepy caterpillars and their metamorphoses into moths are discussed in this colorfully illustrated text. Other Books You Might Like.
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Margery Facklam was born Margery Anne Metz in Buffalo, New York on September 6, 1927. She wrote more than 30 books during her lifetime including The Big Bug Book; Creepy, Crawly Caterpillars; and Anatomy of Nonfiction: Writing True Stories for Children. She received a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Buffalo and a master's degree in science education at Buffalo State College. She began her writing career while raising her five children. Two of her books, Do Not Disturb and Partners for Life, were named Outstanding Science Trade Books by the Children's Book Council and the National Science Teachers Association.