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The world of insects

  • 41 Pages
  • 4.26 MB
  • English
Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers , New York
Insects -- Juvenile literature., Ins
About the Edition

Describes the life cycles, physical characteristics, and behavior of a variety of insects, including the swallowtail butterfly, ant, cricket, and mayfly.

Statementby Susanne Santoro Whayne ; illustrated by Ebet Dudley.
ContributionsDudley, Ebet, ill.
LC ClassificationsQL467.2 .W44 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination[41] p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2206224M
ISBN 100671690183
LC Control Number89028305

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