Small Garden Animals

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The Young Scientist Investigates topic book on Small Garden Animals was published in 1981 and gives information, illustrated by full colour photographs and drawings, about common insects and other invertebrates found in parks and gardens. In the first part, the life cycle of common insects is described whilst the second part focuses on spiders, slugs, snails and invertebrates found in soil. The book is intended for children aged 8-11 to read and then to answer question and carry out observations of the animals described.

Contents
Animals
Flies and other insects
Ladybirds
Butterflies and moths
The cabbage white butterfly
Gnats and mosquitoes
Honey bees
Wasps
Ants
Do you remember?
Things to do
Garden spiders
House spiders and wolf spiders
Woodlice
Centipedes and millipedes
Snails
Slugs
Earthworms
Do you remember?
Things to do
Experiments to try
Glossary

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