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Slither, Scamper, Crawl and Climb

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Have YOU ever seen a vinegarroon? Are you a bug “squasher” or a bug “watcher”? In this WeE-book™, you will see how a family who, instead of only reading about “crawly creatures”, takes an intimate look into their world.

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Have YOU ever seen a vinegarroon? Are you a bug “squasher” or a bug “watcher”? Would your children like to know more about the creepy, crawly, weird, and icky world of bugs?

Explore one family’s foray into the strange and fascinating world of little vermin that slither, scamper, crawl, and climb in the WeE-book™ . . .Slither, Scamper, Crawl and Climb  by Dr. Heather Allen

You will learn to understand and appreciate the life and world of a family who, instead of squashing bugs, invites them into their home and studies them, naming them and learning all about their habits, habitats, and wonderments.

In this WeE-book™, you will see how a family who, instead of only reading about “crawly creatures”, takes an intimate look into their world, one creature at a time, to see what it’s all about. It shows you how to make entomology a hands-on, life experience instead of just another textbook lesson.

You will learn about:

  • The vinegarroon.
  • The tarantula.
  • The black widow.
  • The Jerusalem cricket.
  • How to get started.
  • What supplies are needed to aid your study.

Look at the pictures and Dr. Allen’s son’s drawings to fully appreciate how you, too, could be participating in the fulfilling field of entomology.

You very well may quit squashing bugs after you peek into this family’s world, and instead begin to look at bugs in an entirely different light as you turn the pages of . . .
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