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Minibeasts with Jess French
Masses of mindblowing minibeast facts!
By (author): Jess French
9781472939555 Paperback, Trade English General Trade NATURE / Animals / Insects & Spiders May 08, 2018 Print Run: 5000
$24.00 CAD
Active 7.49 x 9.79 x 0.39 in | 410 gr 128 pages 250 colour photographs Bloomsbury Bloomsbury Natural History

Join CBeebies' Jess French on an exciting tour of marvelous minibeasts.

With her unparalleled zeal for insects, Jess French dives headfirst into the breathtaking world of invertebrates to explore their unbelievable adaptations and evolution and reveal incredible invertebrates from all over the world, from bird-eating tarantulas and glow-in-the-dark scorpions to meter-long stick insects and bat-eating centipedes.

Fancy meeting a foot-long centipede or a spider the size of your dinner plate? WithMinibeasts with Jess French, you can do just that from the safety and comfort of your sofa. Learn about the perfect co-evolution of nectar-drinking insects and the flowers they pollinate and discover how minibeasts mate, fight, hide, collaborate, evolve, and survive in the most extreme conditions.

Jess’s exuberant text enlightens readers on the fascinating and sometimes intense world of the minibeast, revealing everything from firefly Morse code to mid-flight kamikaze mating.

Dr Jess French is a passionate zoologist, naturalist and entomologist and presents CBeebiesMinibeast Adventure with Jess. Jess grew up helping her dad with his exotic invertebrate-breeding business and became fascinated by minibeasts while caring for scorpions, tarantulas and a host of other creepy crawlies. Jess has degrees in zoology and veterinary medicine and surgery.

@Zoologist_Jess /

"Outreach to natural history museum shops, insect zoos, and butterfly conservatories Online display campaign Targeted Twitter advertising to US followers of French's shows and books, entomology fans Social media campaign upon publication: shareable fact graphics Single-title email to natural history subscribers Major publicity campaign with outreach to science media and parenting/kids outlets"
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