Praying mantises are among the master hunters of the insect world. They live everywhere in the world, except the North and South poles. This title in the Bugs series investigates the many varieties of praying mantises, their life cycle, how they hunt their prey, which includes everything from grasshoppers to frogs, and the special ways mantises have adapted to escape their enemies.
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"This series introduces the reader to different bugs using colorful photographs and descriptive captions.
These books would be very useful to oyung student who are in need of basic information about the black widow, centipede, cockroach, grasshopper, and several other bugs that compromise this series. Recommended".
--Library Media Connection, October 2005 (Library Media Connection 20051001)
"One or two good quality, color photographs of representative species appear on about every other page; most are close-ups and a few are microphotographs emphasizing the invertebrate's head and mouthparts. In each title, one close-up offers a full-body view, with numbered captions describing major parts...well organized and clearly written,.."
--School Library Journal (November 2004) (School Library Journal 20041101)
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Book Description KidHaven Press, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110737717734
Book Description KidHaven Press, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0737717734