Paleo Bugs

Paleo Bugs

Survival of the Creepiest

Book - 2008
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Grand Central Pub
What could be creepier than a 390 million-year-old cockroach? How about a 320 million-year-old millipede that's seven feet long! These crawlies and their many-legged cousins are featured in this follow-up toPaleo Sharks.

Baker & Taylor
Introduces young readers to the large creatures that crawled upon the earth over 500 million years ago and were the ancestors of the insects and other arthropods that we have today.

Hachette Book Group
What could be creepier than a 390 million-year-old cockroach? How about a 320 million-year-old millipede that's seven feet long! These crawlies and their many-legged cousins are featured in this follow-up to Paleo Sharks.

Baker
& Taylor

The companion title to Paleo Sharks introduces budding entomologists to the rather large and disgusting creepy crawlies that crawled upon the earth in the time of the dinosaurs, millions of years ago.

Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, c2008
ISBN: 9780811860222
0811860221
Branch Call Number: j 565.7 B728p
Characteristics: 44 p. ; col. ill. ; 28 cm

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MelJim88
Nov 29, 2016

My 5-year son absolutely loved this book. He's really into dinosaurs and Paleo Bugs (and the book Paleo Sharks) took it to a whole new level for him. We borrowed this books 3 times, each for 3 weeks. He had each bug memorized. Then I caved and purchased the book.

If you have a budding paleontologist, I'd highly recommend this book.

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