Kids are naturally interested in insects, and no wonder; they are mysterious, sometimes fierce, and have a wide array of super-powers. Adapted for readers 9 to 12 from the book Microsculpture, this unique photographic study of insects celebrates the wonders of nature. In mind-blowing magnification, Levon Biss's photographs document the tiger beetle, the branch-backed treehopper, and Bolivia's very resourceful assassin bug.
"Art meets biology, with weird and beautiful results."—Kirkus Reviews