Bompa's Insect Expedition
- ISBN: 9781771648820
- Tags: All Books, Children's Books, David Suzuki, David Suzuki Institute, Qin Leng, Tanya Lloyd Kyi,
- Dimensions: 9 x 9.5
- Published On: 09/19/2023
- 48 Pages
Let's go on an insect expedition for kids ages 4 to 8! This adventure into the extraordinary world of bugs is inspired by David Suzuki's adventures with his own grandkids.
It's time for the twins to go on a nature expedition with Bompa. What marvelous place will they explore this time? Tidepools at the sea? The pond full of frogs' eggs? Maybe deep in the forest? But to their disappointment, they are just exploring outside the door. Yet, as they begin to search for insects, they find world-champion flyers, eaters, and weightlifters. And more tiny surprises at every turn!
With their Bompa at their side, they find a way to recognize the amazing feats and important role of all insects. . . even the annoying ones! Featuring gorgeous art by Qin Leng, this picture book is a lush, colorful tour through a world we too often overlook.
This exciting and educational tribute to bugs features:
- Amazing facts about insects, including backmatter pages
- Information on how kids can help bugs thrive
- A celebration of grandparents: depicts the fun two children have with their grandfather
After reading Bompa's Insect Expedition, kids will come away understanding how essential bugs are to our world.
Published in Partnership with the David Suzuki Institute.
David Suzuki is an internationally renowned scientist and environmentalist who has made it his life's work to help humanity understand, appreciate, respect, and protect nature. He is the co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation and the author of more than fifty books. He is a father of five and grandfather of ten, including twins Nakina and Kaoru.
Tanya Lloyd Kyi is the author of more than 30 books for children and young adults. Tanya's most recent books include What Will I Discover?, Our Green City, and Better Connected (written with her daughter, Julia Kyi). She teaches for the University of British Columbia's School of Creative Writing.