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Good Trick, Walking Stick!

Good Trick, Walking Stick!
by Sheri M. Bestor (Author) and Jonny Lambert (Illustrator)

Booktalk: Walking sticks are among the world’s most fascinating insects. And one many children can find right in their backyards! With a simple story, perfect for read-alouds, and colorful illustrations, this scientific look at a walking stick’s life-cycle will captivate budding entomologists. Informative sidebars are included that let children learn even more about these wild insects.

Snippet: Munch. Munch. As the baby walking stick eats, she grows. As she grows, her outer shell, or casing, becomes tight. The baby walking stick wiggles and stretches. She sheds her casing and grows a new one.

The walking stick blends into the forest.

Good trick, walking stick!

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Author: Anastasia Suen

From her studio in Northern California, developmental editor Anastasia Suen reads, writes, and edits books for creators of all ages.

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