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You Can Be an Entomologist

Investigating Insects

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You Can Be an Entomologist by National Geographic Kids
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Trek into the field with insect expert and National Geographic explorer Dr. Dino Martins to study all kinds of critters that creep, crawl, and fly to learn what exactly an entomologist does! There are more than one million different kinds of insects in the world ... and curious kids seem to have just as many questions about them! That's why this book is set up in a kid-friendly question-and-answer format and has lots of wonderful images, too. Questions cover everything from "How do insects get their names?" to "How are insects helpful?" to answer all kinds of queries. Kids will learn how real scientists observe insects, capture them to study up close, and release them back into the wild. This fun book is sure to inspire kids to go out and observe the creatures crawling in their own backyards!

Author Biography

DINO MARTINS is an entomologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer whose work focuses on studying pollinators. He received his Ph.D. in organismic and evolutionary biology from Harvard University and serves as the executive director of the Mpala Research Center and a research scholar through Princeton University's Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department. He lives and works in Kenya, where he chairs the Insect Committee of Nature Kenya.
Release date NZ
April 4th, 2019
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
National Geographic Kids
Interest Age
From 4 to 8 years
Pages
32
ISBN-13
9781426333545
Product ID
28144880

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