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ISBN:1597165808
Author: Brian V Brown,Meish Goldish
ISBN13: 978-1597165808
Title: Smelly Stink Bugs (No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates)
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Language: English
Category: Animals
Publisher: Bearport Pub Co Inc (January 1, 2008)

Smelly Stink Bugs (No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates) by Brian V Brown,Meish Goldish



Part of the No Backbone! Insects Series). Select Format: Library Binding. How did stink bugs get their name? They got it from the smelly liquid they make inside their bodies. When an enemy comes near, this tricky insect sprays its stinky liquid. The awful smell keeps other animals far away. These are just some of the surprising facts children will discover as they explore the fascinating world of these smelly creatures.

These are just some of the fascinating facts children will discover as they explore the strange and unusual world of this creepy crawler. 085/Roly-Poly Pillbugs.

A World of Invertebrates An animal that has a skeleton with a backbone inside its body is a vertebrate (VUR‑tuh‑brit). Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians are all vertebrates. An animal that does not have a skeleton with a backbone inside its body is an invertebrate (in‑VUR‑tuh‑brit). More than 95 percent of all kinds of animals on Earth are invertebrates. Here are four worms that are related to leeches. Like leeches, they are all invertebrates. Some invertebrates, such as insects and spiders, have hard skeletons-called exoskeletons-on the outside of their bodies. Other invertebrates, such as worms and jellyfish, have soft, squishy bodies with no exoskeletons to protect them. 22. Glossary backbone.

great photos, solid data. Large, eye-popping photos How did stink bugs get their name? They got it from the smelly liquid they make inside their bodies.

Smelly Stink Bugs by Meish Goldish. Speedy Dragonflies by Molly Smith. Spooky Wolf Spiders by Meish Goldish. Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (e.

Books by Meish Goldish, Southern elephant seal, Beautiful Butterflies (No Backbone! the World of Invertebrates), Killer Bees (No Backbone! the World of Invertebrates), Bloodthirsty Mosquitoes (No Backbone! the World of Invertebrates), Warty toads, Spider-tizers and Other Creepy Treats, Spooky Wolf Spiders, The same but different. Meish Goldish (born Tulsa, Oklahoma) is an author of fiction and nonfiction books and poetry. He has written over 300 books, ranging from 8-page and 16-page readers for school children to books over 100 pages long for libraries. One of his biggest-selling books is called 101 Science Poems and Songs for Young Learners. Smelly Stink Bugs (No Backbone! the World of Invertebrates). Deadly Praying Mantises (No Backbone! the World of Invertebrates).

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How did stink bugs get their name? They got it from the smelly liquid they make inside their bodies. When an enemy comes near, this tricky insect sprays its stinky liquid. The awful smell keeps other animals far away. These are just some of the surprising facts children will discover as they explore the fascinating world of these smelly creatures. Large, eye-popping photos and clear, grade-appropriate text will engage emergent readers as they learn about the natural habitat, physical characteristics, diet, and behavior of this unique invertebrate.