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Bugs don't hug: six-legged parents and their kids
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[United States] : Charlesbridge, 2018.
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1 online resource
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IL: LG - BL: 2.7 - AR Pts: 0.5
Lexile measure:
520L
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Meet the mamas and papas of the insect world in this fresh and funny nonfiction look at how bugs are like us from popular science author and teacher Heather Montgomery. Most insects don't take care of their young, but some do--in surprising ways. Some bugs clean up after their messy little ones, cater to their picky eaters, and yes--hug their baby bugs. A fun and clever look at parenting in the insect world, perfect for backyard scientists and their own moms and dads.

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eBook
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781632896698 (electronic bk.), 1632896699 (electronic bk.)
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LG
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Lexile measure:
520

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Meet the mamas and papas of the insect world in this fresh and funny nonfiction look at how bugs are like us from popular science author and teacher Heather Montgomery. Most insects don't take care of their young, but some do--in surprising ways. Some bugs clean up after their messy little ones, cater to their picky eaters, and yes--hug their baby bugs. A fun and clever look at parenting in the insect world, perfect for backyard scientists and their own moms and dads.
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Montgomery, H. L. (2018). Bugs don't hug: six-legged parents and their kids. [United States]: Charlesbridge.

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Montgomery, Heather L.. 2018. Bugs Don't Hug: Six-legged Parents and Their Kids. [United States]: Charlesbridge.

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Montgomery, Heather L., Bugs Don't Hug: Six-legged Parents and Their Kids. [United States]: Charlesbridge, 2018.

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Montgomery, Heather L.. Bugs Don't Hug: Six-legged Parents and Their Kids. [United States]: Charlesbridge, 2018. Web.

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