Sid the Stick Insect

eBook (PDF), 49 Pages
(1 Ratings)
Price: $5.58
Stick insects make extremely exciting pets as they are easy to keep, hassle free and grow rapidly. One can virtually use the leaves from any bush to feed them. The leaves usually contain sufficient moisture to sustain stick insects. This book was born out of a desire therefore to reveal the charms of insects and wildlife in Africa. Sid escaped from his container and ventured out into the African bush where he met many animals including giraffe, kudu, warthog, baboon, leopard, and many more. This book attempts to show the ecological interactions of animals from a stick insect’s perspective. All illustrations were photographed and/or hand-painted by the author. It makes an excellent read for the young person who is interested in nature and its conservation. Captivating and highly recommended!
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  • By Ross Cooper
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Zimbabwean insects, birds and animals" This book provides a comprehensive pictorial account of the interactions in nature of the insects, birds and animals. Sid, being a stick insect, is able to view all this activity from his branch where he masterfully disguises himself from the view of hungry predators. The painted illustrations are excellent.
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First Edition
September 28, 2011
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13.8 MB
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