On One Flower: Butterflies, Ticks, and a Few More Icks
On One Flower Butterflies, Ticks and a Few More Icks by Anthony D. Fredericks, illustrated by Jennifer DiRubbio
A goldenrod flower is a "minibeast park", have you noticed? Take a closer look. A butterfly sipping nectar... a ladybug snacking on aphids. Oh ladybug, look out for the ambushbug!
This fifth book in Dr. Fredericks' series on animal communities will again send kids outdoors to explore.
Included at the back of this book are Field Notes about the plants and insects discussed in the book. There is also a page with recommendations for other books to read to learn more about the topics covered in this book.
32 pages. Book size is 9" x 11".
Books in this series (available separately):
"As education director for the nation's largest bug club I am always on the lookout for books to satisfy a young bug enthusiast's thirst for knowledge. On One Flower is a perfect blend of scientific information and rhyming text bug science that's fun to read! And the field notes are a treasure trove. The plant-and-animal community-based perspective of Dr. Fredericks' book opens a window to the world of plants and their minibeast companions in a way that will make young people want to go out exploring on their own". Gary Dunn, Director of Education, Young Entomologists' Society Minibeast Zooseum
"Tony Fredericks once again works his magic to make learning about the wonders of nature an exciting and enjoyable experience. A perfect addition to a wonderful series, On One Flower is a must-have for every library". Teri L. Puryear, Media Specialist Lake Murray Elementary School, Lexington, South Carolina
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