By Stephen White
Younger readers detect the wonders of iciness play during this new book--great for vacation gift-giving. From sleigh rides to snowmen, this can be a day of experience, enjoyable, and video games that leaves Barney, BJ, and child Bop chilly at the outdoor yet hot at the inside of. complete colour.
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The water boatman hangs upside down just beneath the surface. It looks like a little boat, and its back legs are just like oars, which is how it got its name. Caddis armor The larva of the caddis fly builds a case around itself to protect it. It makes the case out of stones, shells, and pieces of plants. Watery web The air-breathing water spider makes a diving bell to live in. It weaves a web under water, among the plants, and stocks it with air from the surface. 3 mm) long and eats flakes of your dead skin.
It feeds on poisonous passion flower leaves that are absorbed into its body and make it poisonous, too. Sand devils The desert is a tough place to live. Not many plants grow there and there is little water around. Bugs need to be pretty sharp if they are going to survive one of the hottest places on earth. Honeypot pantry The honeypot ant workers feed other honeypot ants with lots of nectar, which they store in their huge tummies. When food is scarce the ants with the pot-bellies vomit up the honey that they have made and feed it to the workers.
Giant of the jungle The giant tiger centipede is very large and aggressive. It runs at high speeds across the forest floor, using its many legs. It eats other bugs and sometimes even toads, lizards, or small mammals. Queen of flight The Queen Alexandra’s birdwing is the largest butterfly in the world, and one of the rarest. It’s wingspan can grow to 11 in (28 cm). Tiny spiny Hairy, scary spider During the day, the red-kneed tarantula sleeps in its silk-lined burrow. Then, when it starts to get dark, it emerges for the night hunt searching for large insects and injecting them with venom.
Barney's Wonderful Winter's Day by Stephen White