Paleo Bugs: Survival of the Creepiest




      Paleo Bugs: Survival of the Creepiest
What could be creepier than a 390 million year old cockroach How about a 320 million year old millipede that s seven feet long These crawlies and their many legged cousins are featured in this follow up to Paleo Sharks. Read Paleo Bugs: Survival of the Creepiest by Timothy J. Bradley – heartforum.co.uk

Award winning, self taught author illustrator, published in both fiction and nonfiction My books for kids are about nonfiction subjects like natural history and biology, and science fiction that is fast paced and fun My first novel, INFESTATION, is available from Scholastic I m also an illustrator and designer of toys, museum exhibits, and compelling sci fi and natural history imagery.

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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Paleo Bugs: Survival of the Creepiest
  • Timothy J. Bradley
  • English
  • 03 December 2017
  • 0811860221

10 thoughts on “ Paleo Bugs: Survival of the Creepiest

  1. Haley Hoenke says:

    Science, Nature

  2. Kelli says:

    As close to perfect as one can get for youth science informative texts It starts off with A Word About the Art, explaining how scientists and artists use a combination of guesswork and comparison to modern creatures to analyze ancient creatures This is a question my students ask frequently so it s refreshing to see it right off the bat Next it gives a brief explanation of the prehistoric timeline and how the creatures will be divided by their time Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic Each se As close to perfect as one can get for youth science informative texts It starts off with A Word About the Art, explaining how scientists and artists use a combination of guesswork and comparison to modern creatures to analyze ancient creatures This is a question my students ask frequently so it s refreshing to see it right off the bat Next it gives a brief explanation of the prehistoric timeline and how the creatures will be divided by their time Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic Each section uses full color illustrations of exciting scenes while also including boxes connecting the highlighted creatures to modern ones and a handy size comparison to children, i.e Explorers It includes phonetic name guides and brief overviews of the animals, which include scientific terms but are very clear in their definitions so it s not too advanced or jargon heavy ...

  3. Katherine says:

    Wonderfully informative text reviewing the evolution of anthropods Great for kids who love bugs and aren t intimidated by scientific patois Bradley includes pronunciations for vernacular and doesn t dumb down descriptions For this reason, I d really recommend it for older elementary I only wish there could have been something closer to an actual size illustration for the smaller anthropods some of the illustrations come close , though this wish only stems from Bradley s illustrations that Wonderfully informative text reviewing the evolution of anthropods Great for kids who love bugs and aren t intimidated by scientific patois Bradley includes pronunciations for vernacular and doesn t dumb down descriptions For this reason, I d really recommend it for older elementary I only wish there could have been something closer to an actual size illustration for the smaller anthropods some of the illustrations come clos...

  4. The Brothers says:

    An excellent book that talks about the gigantic and not so gigantic bugs that lived in the age of the dinosaurs Especially like how the would draw a silhouette of a child and then the bugs silhouette next to it for comparison.Fantastic illustrations.

  5. Molly says:

    Very informative and very creepy to those of us a bit put off by bugs and insects.

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