How Insects Work Together
by Jill Bailey, 29 pages
Item Number: 3457
This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
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What is Unified English Braille
"This book describes the lives of social insects - such as ants, wasps, honeybees, and termites - and tells how they work together and communicate in order to survive. The book is divided into a series of two-page chapters covering such topics as living together, the pecking order, baby-sitters, castles and combs, hunters and gatherers, and defense and attack. Such terms as pheromones
, and metamorphosis
are clearly explained and described within the text itself. There is also a glossary and bibliography,. Overall, an attractively designed and useful volume." - Linnea Hendrickson, Children's Literature.
For ages 8 to 11.
Package Weight: about 13.4 ounces.
(From the Nature's Mysteries shelf.)