In Front of the Ant by Ryuichi Kuwahara
Walking With Beetles and Other Insects

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This ant's eye view of Japanese insects is fascinating in its detail and precision. With very little text, it is a non-threatening extremely close-up look at some of the smallest - and most remarkable - creatures who share our planet.
 

About Ryuichi Kuwahara

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Born in 1940, Ryuichi Kuwahara has worked as an editor of a children's science magazine and as a developer of scientific teaching materials for many years. He recently began working as a producer of (scientific) photographic books and films.
 
Published February 1, 2004 by Kane/Miller Book Pub. 28 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A close-up peek at beetles and other insects in this vibrantly photographed book will have youngsters looking at these small creatures a little bit closer. Ages 2-4. (Mar.)<

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A close-up peek at beetles and other insects in this vibrantly photographed book will have youngsters looking at these small creatures a little bit closer.

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