A Bug Hotel
Size 230 × 260 mm | 32 pages | 1 map 450 × 517 mm | hardbinding
Small and fragile, they are easy to overlook in the countryside. Which is a pity. Do you have any idea how picturesque the lives of insects can be?
Take the longhorn beetle. It may look like an antisocial know-all, but that’s because of its extremely long antennae, which make it difficult to approach. Then there’s the dragonfly. It flaps its wings so rarely and carelessly, it’s a wonder it doesn’t fall. And these are just two of the creatures in the remarkable world of insects. So what are you waiting for? Open the book, step into the Insect Hotel and get to know first-hand its fragile guests with their antennae and wing-cases. The ladybird receptionist is so impatient for your arrival that she is tapping the table with her pencil…