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The Visual Dictionary of Animal Kingdom

by Ariane Archambault & Jean-Claude Corbeil Les Éditions Québec Amérique (July 20, 2012)

The Visual Dictionary of Animal Kingdom takes the reader on a fascinating voyage into well and less known groups of animals: simple organisms, echinoderms, insects, arachnids, mollusks, crustaceans, fishes,...


Pocket Guide to Insects

by Bob Gibbons Bloomsbury Publishing (September 25, 2014)

This pocket-sized book is an essential guide to insects, providing comprehensive detail on around 240 of the most easily noticed British species selected from a range of orders and families. Each species is...


Concise Insect Guide

by Bloomsbury Bloomsbury Publishing (October 02, 2014)

This beautifully illustrated pocket field guide is packed with information on the marvellous variety of insects that inhabits Britain and the near Continent. It includes more than 180 species, including dragonflies,...


Bugs Up Close

by John Hallmén & Lars-Åke Janzon Skyhorse (November 25, 2014)

Bugs are usually so small that we hardly notice them, let alone think of them as living beings. But call upon the magnifying glass, and a shapeless jumble of legs, wings, and antennae suddenly start staring...


Lemon Trees and Bumblebees

by Diane Sherrouse Elmgate Publishing Company (June 25, 2014)

Lemon Trees and Bumblebees presents the magic of pollination, the dance of bees and flowers, to a young audience. With engaging wit and charm, using just the right combination of creative descriptions and fanciful...


Beekeeping: A Practical Beekeeping Guide to Keeping & Managing Bees Properly

by Bowe Packer Bowe Packer (March 26, 2014)

"Are you ready to learn about Beekeeping?" "Does the idea of keeping bees intrigue you?" "Interested in raising bees?" This Practical Guide Is Designed For Those That Might Not Really Understand The Science...


The Insect Cookbook: Food for a Sustainable Planet

by Arnold van Huis, Henk van Gurp, Marcel Dicke & Françoise Takken-Kaminker et al. Columbia University Press (March 04, 2014)

The Definitive Guide to Insects as a Sustainable Food Source In The Insect Cookbook, two entomologists and a chef make the case for insects as a sustainable source of protein for humans and a necessary part...


Robbing the Bees

by Holley Bishop Atria Books (March 22, 2005)

"Honey has been waiting almost ten million years for a good biography," writes Holley Bishop. Bees have been making this food on Earth for hundreds of millennia, but we humans started recording our fascination...


Top-Bar Beekeeping: Organic Practices for Honeybee Health

by Les Crowder & Heather Harrell Chelsea Green Publishing (November 27, 2012)

In recent years beekeepers have had to face tremendous challenges, from pests such as varroa and tracheal mites and from the mysterious but even more devastating phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder...


Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture, 2nd Edition

by Ross Conrad & Gary Paul Nabhan Chelsea Green Publishing (March 08, 2013)

Today's beekeepers face unprecedented challenges, a fact that is now front-page news with the spread of "colony collapse disorder." Newly introduced pests like varroa and tracheal mites have made chemical treatment...


Ladybirds

by Helen E. Roy, Peter M. J. Brown, Richard F. Comont & John J. Sloggett et al. Pelagic Publishing (April 15, 2013)

This revised and updated edition of Ladybirds provides a succinct but comprehensive and accessible overview of the biology of ladybirds and their parasites, focusing on ecology in an evolutionary context.


The Biggle Bee Book

by Jacob Biggle Skyhorse (September 01, 2013)

“As long as I can remember, even as a boy, there were bees kept on our farm,” wrote Jacob Biggle in his preface to The Biggle Bee Book. “If for no other reason than to insure the proper fertilization...


Mosquito: The Story of Man's Deadliest Foe

by Andrew Spielman Hachette Books (August 01, 2001)

Now in paperback--a fascinating work of popular science from a world-renowned expert on mosquitoes and a prize-winning reporter.

In this lively and comprehensive portrait of the mosquito, its role in history,...


Bee Conservation: Evidence for the effects of interventions

by Lynn V. Dicks, David A. Showler & William J. Sutherland Pelagic Publishing (January 01, 2010)

This book brings together scientific evidence and experience relevant to the practical conservation of wild bees. The authors worked with an international group of bee experts and conservationists to develop...


Ticks and What You Can Do About Them

by Roger Drummond Wilderness Press (May 15, 2013)

Describes all common, North America ticks and tick-related diseases, including symptoms and treatment. Learn how to avoid ticks, and how to remove them if they become attached. Maps show the geographic distribution...


The Life-Story of Insects

by George H. Carpenter eBookIt.com (March 25, 2013)

Insects as a whole are preeminently creatures of the land and the air. This is shown not only by the possession of wings by a vast majority of the class, but by the mode of breathing to which reference has already...


Worms Eat My Garbage, 35th Anniversary Edition

by Joanne Olszewski, Mary Appelhof & Amy Stewart Storey Publishing, LLC (December 26, 2017)

For more than three decades, this best-selling guide to the practice of vermicomposting has taught people how to use worms to recycle food waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for houseplants or gardens. Small-scale,...


Storey's Guide to Keeping Honey Bees, 2nd Edition

by Malcolm T. Sanford & Richard E. Bonney Storey Publishing, LLC (July 10, 2018)

This trusted handbook is a must-have for novice and seasoned beekeepers alike. Now totally redesigned and featuring color photos and graphics, the second edition also includes up-to-date information on honey...


Attracting Beneficial Bugs to Your Garden

by Jessica Walliser Timber Press (February 26, 2014)

“Jessica Walliser lets readers in on the secrets to a garden that buzzes with activity. Her profiles, on the insects that fight pests and the best plants for attracting them, offer clear, practical tips.”...


Buzz

by Thor Hanson Icon Books Ltd (July 02, 2018)

Bees are like oxygen: ubiquitous, essential, and, for the most part, unseen. While we might overlook them, they lie at the heart of relationships that bind the human and natural worlds. 

In Buzz, the award-winning...


Insects of Ireland

by Stephen McCormack, Eugenie Regan & Chris Shields The Collins Press (October 01, 2012)

Over 11,000 species of insects occur in Ireland but most are very small and escape notice. Identifying them accurately can be difficult or impossible. This comprehensive compact guide to over 120 of Ireland’s...


Bugs & Slugs

by Todd Telander Falcon Guides (September 16, 2014)

Falcon Pocket Guide: Bugs & Slugs is a field guide to 100 of the most common and sought-after bug and slug species in the region. Anatomically correct illustrations and detailed descriptions about each insect's prominent...


Know Your Bees

by Jack Byard Old Pond Publishing (January 16, 2016)

Bees play an essential role in the pollination of crops, but they face an increasing number of threats. This book provides information about 32 bee species including their size, habitat, location, nesting and...


Field Guide to Ticks

by Susan Carol Hauser Falcon Guides (April 01, 2008)

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TICK AWARE: Prevent and Treat Lyme Disease and Ailments Caused by Ticks, Scorpions, Spiders, and Mites (Falcon)

Susan Carol Hauser

The touchstone handbook for treating and...


Who Likes Bugs? We Do! Animal Book Age 8 | Children's Animal Books

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (June 15, 2017)

Do you like bugs? This full-color animal book will make sure you do! There is a lot to learn from the pages of this book, making your child’s animal knowledge many times better. Edutaining picture books encourage...


Leaf beetles

by Dave Hubble Pelagic Publishing (August 08, 2017)

Leaf beetles are one of the largest groups of beetles, with tens of thousands of species worldwide and around 280 in Britain. They belong mainly to the family Chrysomelidae, but also to two small closely related...


The Observation Hive Handbook

by Frank Linton & Clarence H. Collison Comstock Publishing Associates (September 15, 2017)

This book will guide you in selecting an observation hive and choosing a site for it, modifying the hive and the site as needed, installing the hive, working with the hive, and maintaining the hive. It will...


The World of the Honeybee (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 29)

by Colin G. Butler William Collins (August 24, 2017)

The mysteries of bee life are illuminated for beekeepers, entomologists and students of natural history in general.

The complex and wonderful organisation of the honeybee has fascinated many naturalists and...


The Brown Recluse Spider

by Richard S. Vetter Comstock Publishing Associates (April 02, 2015)

The brown recluse is a fascinating spider very well adapted to dwelling in houses and other buildings. Because of this very quality and the ghastly reputation associated with the medical consequences of its...


Monarchs in a Changing World

by Karen S. Oberhauser, Kelly R. Nail & Sonia Altizer Comstock Publishing Associates (May 26, 2015)

Monarch butterflies are among the most popular insect species in the world and are an icon for conservation groups and environmental education programs. Monarch caterpillars and adults are easily recognizable...


Bees

by Karl Von Frisch & Donald R. Griffin Comstock Publishing Associates (August 06, 2014)

Over half a century of brilliant scientific detective work, the Nobel Prize-winning biologist Karl von Frisch learned how the world, looks, smells, and tastes to a bee. More significantly, he discovered their...


Solitary bees

by Ted Benton Pelagic Publishing (March 08, 2017)

In Britain and Ireland there are about ten times more species of solitary bee than bumblebee and honeybee combined. They are a fascinating, attractive and diverse group that can be found easily in a wide range...


Insect Natural History (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 8)

by A. D. Imms William Collins (February 28, 2017)

Insect Natural History introduces the reader to some of the latest discoveries and ideas about British Insects.

This volume deals with the natural history of British insects, and introduces the reader to some...


Basic Illustrated Guide to Frogs, Snakes, Bugs, and Slugs

by John Himmelman Falcon Guides (June 04, 2013)

A surefire hit with young backyard diggers and bug-watchers, Basic Illustrated Guide to Frogs, Snakes, Bugs, and Slugs combines detailed illustrations of bugs, slugs, snakes, toads, and other creepy crawlies...


Insects, Spiders and Worms | Children's Science & Nature

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (February 15, 2017)

This edition of children’s science and nature series features the not so beautiful living things they can see around them. Insects, spiders and worms are presented in this book to give your kids some thoughts...


Life Cycle Of Butterflies for Kids | 2nd Grade Science Edition Vol 4

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (February 15, 2017)

Aren't butterflies the prettiest insects that you can see? Well, they sure are; and this educational book is all about them! Learn about how butterflies transform from ugly caterpillars to the most magnificent...


Metamorphasis: Cocoons & Chrysalis in Insects | Biology for Kids Edition

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (February 15, 2017)

Insects are truly fascinating if you look at how they grow. Unlike other animals, insects change in appearance and some of them go through a process that makes them ugly to beautiful. With this educational book,...


Creepy Crawly Insects : 1st Grade Science Workbook Series

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (February 15, 2017)

So what does your child do when confronted with a creepy crawlie? Improve his/her reaction through education. This wonderful book of insects will serve as a good learning tool for your child. Through this book,...


Kid’s Guide to Bugs - Children's Science & Nature

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (February 15, 2017)

There are so many bugs in this world that they would easily outnumber all people and animal populations combined. Therefore, it only makes common sense to study these bugs, understand their habitats and know...


Pests in the City: Flies, Bedbugs, Cockroaches, and Rats

by Dawn Day Biehler & William Cronon University of Washington Press (October 13, 2013)

From tenements to alleyways to latrines, twentieth-century American cities created spaces where pests flourished and people struggled for healthy living conditions. In Pests in the City, Dawn Day Biehler argues...


Dragonflies: Q&A Guide: Fascinating Facts About Their Life in the Wild

by Ann Cooper Stackpole Books (September 01, 2014)

Got a question about dragonflies? This book has answers. Dragonflies: A Q & A Guide is a lively, illustrated guide for anyone looking to learn more about dragonflies and their lives in the wild.


Butterflies in the Backyard

by Scott Shalaway Stackpole Books (January 01, 2004)

Part natural history, part gardening guide, Butterflies in the Backyard contains solid information on butterfly behavior and habitats, and also explains in careful detail how to attract these lovely creatures...


The Origin of Slavery among Ants

by William Morton Wheeler & Sir John Lubbock Editions Le Mono (October 19, 2016)

This book gathered works to understand slavery from a study of the behavior of the workers of ants.

The bearing on the origin of slavery of the obvious and fundamental fact that there is a double ontogeny and...


Intelligence of Ants

by George J. Romanes Editions Le Mono (October 19, 2016)

Most of us rest in a general hazy belief that ants are wonderfully intelligent animals, without knowing exactly in what ways and degrees the intelligent action of these animals is displayed. This books analyzes...


The Life of the Spider

by J. Henri Fabre Dancing Unicorn Books (August 24, 2016)

Fabre had many scholarly achievements. He was a popular teacher, physicist, chemist and botanist. However, he is probably best known for his findings in the field of entomology, the study of insects, and is...


The Ant Family - Fun Facts You Need To Know : Third Grade Science Series: Ants for Kids - Habitats

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (December 20, 2015)

Why should you learn about the ant family? Well, because of the lessons they teach you about family, teamwork and ecological importance. The facts that you need to know about these colonies are presented in...


Its A Bugs World: Scary and Spooky Bugs: Insects for Kids - Entomology

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (December 20, 2015)

There's no reason to be scared of bugs! They can be cute if you look some of them too closely. But a child will learn to appreciate them even better if he/she learns about all the good things that they can do...


Bugs and Insects Kingdom : K12 Earth Science Series: Insects for Kids

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (December 20, 2015)

Turn the playground into an amazing kingdom by filling your child's memory with lessons about insects and bugs. That can only be made possible with a highly interactive book like this. By securing a copy today,...


House Guests, House Pests

by Richard Jones Bloomsbury Publishing (February 12, 2015)

Today we live in snug, well-furnished houses surrounded by the trappings of a civilised life. But we are not alone Â? we suffer a constant stream of unwanted visitors. Our houses, our food, our belongings,...


More Than Honey: The Survival of Bees and the Future of Our World

by Markus Imhoof & Claus-Peter Lieckfeld Greystone Books (September 26, 2015)

“If 70 percent of all cattle or 30 percent of all chickens were to die annually, states of emergency would be declared everywhere. The death of bees is at least that dramatic and with even more far-reaching...