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A book review of Funny Bugs: Nature’s Most Hilarious Adaptations by Paul Mason and Tony De Saulles

A book review of Funny Bugs: Nature's Most Hilarious Adaptations by Paul Mason and Tony De Saulles

Stars: *****

Kane Miller Publishing (2023)
Children’s Nonfiction>Picture Book
32 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Summary: Bugs and Animals do the oddest things to survive, and these books takes a closer look at the whys and hows of these laugh-out-loud features of nature.

Funny Bugs

This book lives up to it’s name, it had me laughing a few times and I’m not even it’s target audience. Designed for ages 6+ this nonfiction picture book tells you all about bugs funny adaptations. Learn how some bugs hunt, find mates, camouflage and more.

The illustrations are so cute and contain lots of jokes for the reader. They are perfect jokes for children. As you can see from the spread below, it’s a fun read.

A book review of Funny Bugs: Nature's Most Hilarious Adaptations by Paul Mason and Tony De Saulles

Bugs are by nature very odd and there are SO many types of them and they are all different. This book can’t teach about them all but should definitely satisfy the bug curious child or even better, encourage them to learn more.

This would make a fun any reason read but would also be perfect for a teacher or homeschool parent to use to teach about bugs. There is another book in the series called Funny Beasts that I’m sure is just as amazing.

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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.

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