The Bug Collector



The Bug CollectorAfter George Visits The Museum Of Wildlife With Grandad, All He Can Think About Is Bugs The Very Next Day He Goes Out Hunting, But He Soon Finds There Are No Insects Left In The Garden, And The Ones He Has Captured In Jars Don T Look Very Happy George Is About To Learn Exactly Why Bugs Are So Important A Brilliant, Vibrant Debut From Alex G Griffiths, Featuring A Wonderful Grandfather Grandson Relationship

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Bug Collector book, this is one of the most wanted Alex G. Griffiths author readers around the world.

[Ebook] ➯ The Bug Collector ➮ Alex G. Griffiths – Bluevapours.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Bug Collector
  • Alex G. Griffiths
  • 08 November 2019
  • 1783447680

10 thoughts on “The Bug Collector

  1. Kerri Selby says:

    Read to my 6 year old at bedtime.A lovely story, about how important bugs are for the eco system.

  2. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* says:

    The Bug Collector by Alex G Griffiths PICTURE BOOK Andersen Press USA, 2019 18 9781541596344BUYING ADVISORY EL K 3 ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGERushing through the Museum of Wildlife, a grandpa and his grandson find what they were looking for the bugs exhibit As the grandson s love for bugs grows, he must learn an important lesson about treating them with care and enjoying them for what they can do in nature The color pallette is mostly greens and blues which is lovely given t The Bug Collector by Alex G Griffiths PICTURE BOOK Andersen Press USA, 2019 18 9781541596344BUYING ADVISORY EL K 3 ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGERushing through the Museum of Wildlife, a grandpa and his grandson find what they were looking for the bugs exhibit As the grandson s love for bugs grows, he must learn an important lesson about treating them with care and enjoying them for what they can do in nature The color pallette is mostly greens and blues which is lovely given the theme, but a little bit monotonous after a while I love stories that focus on nature, but I thought this was a little shaming if kids do collect bugs in jars Jen Wecker, HS English Teacherhttps kissthebookjr.blogspot.com 20

  3. AD says:

    I love this book for lots of reasons Firstly, a book about bugs is bound to be popular with children But the way this book also explores how bugs contribute to our environment, and ways we can enjoy them without harming them, without making the message come across as didactic, is brilliant I love the colourful, detailed illustrations too So much fun, along with a great message I think this book in going to be a big hit in the school library

  4. Megan McCloud says:

    Wise Grampa

  5. Karine says:

    Importance des insectes

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