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African Insects To Read, Colour & Keep

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July 2008
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How do Corn crickets produce their high-pitched sounds? Which insect has a forked horn on the front of its head? Where does the small scarlet dragonfly scatter its eggs? Which bug is named after a famous artist?

Children will find the answers to these questions - and many other interesting facts - while enjoying hours of fun colouring in a selection of our most striking insects. 

There are more than 40 images to colour in, providing budding artists and young children with enticing snippets of knowledge as they work through the title. In the middle of the title is a gallery of the insects, but this time in colour, giving a clear guide as to which shade of crayon or paint to use when colouring in the outlines on the other pages.

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About the Author
Sally MacLarty is a freelance illustrator specialising in the fields of education and natural history. She particularly enjoys working on children's books and has illustrated many such publications, including several in the Read, colour and keep series. She lives in Calitzdorp in the Little Karoo.

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