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What lives in the garden? (utgåvan 2000)
What Lives in the Garden? av John Woodward
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Here are honeybees, killer bees, butterflies, moths, grasshoppers, and hedge clippers, plus ants and wasps of many kinds. Here too are spiders and flies, mosquitoes and ladybugs, aphids, slugs, snails, and dragonflies. Some live behind bushes, or among flowers and grass, while others crawl beneath rocks, burrow underground, or swim in nearby ponds. For kids who are fascinated by bugs, the large and colorful books in this series describe insects, spiders, and an assortment of other creatures that creep, crawl, and fly--and that all live somewhere nearby. Descriptions are accompanied by much-enlarged color photos. Although kids will recognize many of the creepy-crawlies, they'll be inclined to think that some of the others are fugitives from a science fiction movie. Fortunately, many are harmless to people (some are actually beneficial), others are merely nuisances, and only a few are dangerous. In the pages of this volume, kids will discover them all.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)595.717554 — Natural sciences and mathematics Zoology Arthropoda Insects: Insecta, Hexapoda Thysanura: bristletails, springtails, etc.
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