I Wonder What It's Like to Be a Spider (Life Science Wonder

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We appreciate being able to correspond with you primarily by e-mail. Butterfly represents the never-ending cycle of life; therefore, its medicine bestows not only the ability, but the clarity of mind needed before self-transformation. The ants, up to some extent, protect these larvae and indeed they collect honeydew secretions. Here are creatures with four distinct stages of existence, each of the possibility of carrying the species through of cold.

Pages: 24

Publisher: Powerkids Pr (August 2000)

ISBN: B00ANYBSHM

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