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I"m a Pill Bug (Nature: a Child"s Eye View)

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Published by Kane/Miller Book Pub .
Written in English


  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Nature - General,
  • Crustacea,
  • Juvenile Zoological Sciences,
  • Science & Technology - Zoology,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Children: Grades 1-2,
  • Isopoda,
  • Animals - Insects, Spiders, etc,
  • Comics & Graphic Novels,
  • Science & Nature - Zoology,
  • Wood lice (Crustaceans)

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsKiyoshi Takahasi (Illustrator), Kiyoshi Takahashi (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8796746M
ISBN 101929132956
ISBN 109781929132959

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This title is part of the Bug Books series of the Heinemann First Library. This book for the beginning reader is full of colorful photographs with only two or three sentences to a page. Did you know that pillbugs are not insects, but are crustaceans? Also --Arlington Independent School District5/5(2). This book is written in cheerful, simple prose accompanied by pleasing, accurate illustrations. The conversational question-and-answer format gives the book a playful feel that my preschoolers like. They request it. So the book succeeds in being instructive (even I learned several new facts about pill bugs!) but not at all boring.4/5. Dark gray and thumb-sized or smaller on the page, the pill bugs in Takahashi's torn-paper collages present an air of lowly harmlessness in keeping with the closing invitation to keep a few (for a while) in a modest terrarium for closer study. Nourishing fare for young naturalists-in-the-bud. (Picture book/nonfiction. ).   Awaken a sense of wonder in a child with the Next Time You See series from NSTA Kids. The books will inspire elementary-age children to experience the enchantment of everyday phenomena, such as pill bugs, fireflies, seashells, and sunsets. Free supplementary activities are 5/5(13).

  Watch this video, take notes in your science lab book and then fill in the observation chart. pill-bug (Oniscidea - Armadillidiidae) tatu-bola - Duration: DiegoDCv : McIntoshBiology. The little pill bugs stay there until they are big enough to be on their own. Pill bugs also have something in common with snakes. Just as snakes shed their skin when it gets too small, pill bugs do too. This is called “molting.” A pill bug molts about five times until it is full-grown. Pill bugs are a little like owls, too. Pill.   Video about pill bugs from GKL. Enjoy watching pill bugs! ダンゴムシの観察をしよう。.   Creature Feature Pearl is showcasing the Pill millipede. Also known as the Pill Bug, Tickle Bug, or Rolly Polly. Did you know this little bug is a .

Pillbugs and sowbugs are two tiny pests considered to be occasional invaders because they will enter homes and buildings. However, these hard little bugs actually survive better outdoors—particularly when they find a wet or very damp area in which to live—such as under rocks and wood on the ground.   Introduced the pill bug (aka rolie polie, sow bug, or potato bug) to a group of 5th graders and their Little Buddies from kindergarten. After I read the story out loud, we all headed out to the gardens. Both groups of students were equally excited to hunt these little bugs and then to study them/5(6). Get this from a library! I'm a pill bug. [Yukihisa Tokuda; Kiyoshi Takahashi] -- "Now you know some things about pill bugs. If you want to know more, just look for us. You can find us in your garden at home (if you have one), or in the park. And I m sure some of us live near your. Both pill bugs and sow bugs are related, and are both part of the Crustacea, or crustacean family. In fact, they’re not an insect at all. They’re related to lobsters, crabs, or shrimp! Interestingly enough, these crustaceans are the only ones which live outside of water. They do require large amounts of moisture to survive. This is why they.