My kids 4&5 love to look at this book and are very into the bugs. It’s a little better for ages a little older for them and they don’t like to listen the whole time but I love it and it’ll be great all through elementary ages for science and fun reading.
Myself and my girls really liked this book to go along with our arthropods unit study. Very informative with beautiful illustrations.
My kindergartener is very interested in bugs right now and was fascinated by this story of Jean Henri Fabre. I do think this is a better book for older children but since she is so interested in the subject she happily listened to this whole book.
This book is written in story/narrative format and my boys loved it! We have a few of Jean-Henri Fabre’s insect books, so it was extra interesting to read this story. As soon as we finished, my boys ran out the door to track down some insects. The art work is fantastic!
The pictures and color of the illustrations are lovely and the story-like telling of the biography of Jean-Henri Fabre draws you in. It is perfect for the whole family!
Nearly 200 years ago, a curious little boy named Jean-Henri wandered the hills around his cottage in the French countryside, fascinated with the wonderful world of insects around him. With vibrant illustrations, this book tells the inspiring story of one of the greatest naturalists in history. Learn how little Jean-Henri turned into a man whose love of nature, love of God, hard work, and constant curiosity has inspired generations.
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