Using rare and fascinating specimens entrusted to him by the entomologists of the Museum of Natural History in Paris, painter and illustrator Bernard Durin (1940-1988) portrayed each insect as an ´´individual personality.´´ 48 of his mesmerizing portraits adorn this publication-masterly paintings that outshine any imagery that today´s most advanced computer animation could ever produce.
Bugs and Other Insects: Bernard Durin, Gerhard Scherer
Biologie-Experimentierkasten / Material: Kunststoff / geeignet ab: 4 Jahren / Achtung: Nicht für Kinder unter 36 Monaten geeignet. Erstickungsgefahr aufgrund verschluckbarer Kleinteile.
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Highlights’ science editors answer kids’ questions about insects, such as why bugs can´t talk. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Highlights for Children. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hich/001692/bk_hich_001692_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Ever been tempted by the thought of trying juicy deep fried mealworms, proteinrich cricket flower, or swapping your Walkers for salt and vinegar flavoured grasshoppers? If so then you are not alone! Over 2 billion people regularly eat insects as part of their diet, and the world is home to around 1,900 edible insect species. For adventurous foodies and daring dieters comes the newest way to save the planet, eat more protein, and tickle taste buds. But this isn´t an insect cookbook. Instead it´s an informative field guide: exploring the origins of insect eating, offering tips on finding edible bugs and serving up a few delicious ideas of how to eat them once you´ve tracked them down! It includes a comprehensive list on edible insects and where to find them, how to prepare them, their versatile usage and nutritional value as well as a few recipes. A bug-eating checklist covering all known edible bugs so readers can mark off the ones they´ve eaten and seek out new delicacies concludes the book. This is a perfect introduction to the weird, wonderful, and adventurous side of entomophagy.