Ants for Kids: A Junior Scientist's Guide to Queens, Drones, and the Hidden World of Ants
Crawl inside the curious world of ants with the Junior Scientists series for kids ages 6-9!
Ants are scurrying, social creatures with unique abilities to carry huge loads, work as a team, and fiercely protect their colony. This book gives you a microscopic look into the hidden world of ants, answering all your big questions about our small, hardworking neighbors. Learn fun facts about flat headed Turtle Ants, wide-eyed Gigantiops, and many more. Explore colorful photos and cool profiles on how big each ant is, what they eat, where they’re found, and more!
Get up close and underground with:
- A look inside the anthill―Discover which jobs each ant has in its colony, how they communicate, how they build their homes, and how they fight.
- Vibrant photographs―Get up close and personal with bright, colorful photos of dozens of different types of ants.
- Off-the-page projects―Become an ant ambassador with instructions for making your very own ant farm and tips on ant watching in the wild.
Discover all the secrets about the ant queen, her drones, and loyal colony in Ants for Kids.