Bug Safari by Bob Barner

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A little boy described in great detail an ant safari that he followed out of the jungle. The safari encounters many different kinds of insects along the way. He follows the ants to a surprise ending.

About Bob Barner

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Bob Barner is the creator of such popular children's books as Fish Wish, Dem Bones, Dinosaur Bones, Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!, and Parade Day: Marching through the Calendar Year. His safaris take him to schools all over the country to speak to children. When he is not off on an adventure, he lives with his wife, Cathie, in San Francisco, California. His website is bobbarner.com.
Published January 1, 2005 by Scholastic Inc.. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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“I was lost in a bug-infested jungle one hot summer day.” So begins a young boy’s trek as he follows a long line of marching black ants hoping to find his way back to base camp.

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Crawling amid an explosion of colorful, graphic flowers on vibrant-hued backgrounds, the ants encounter danger from red ants, a toad, a spider—akin to the boy's own mock-serious travails: "I had scraped my knees and cut my finger, and needed medical attention.

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