The Insect That Uses Light to Talk book cover

The Insect That Uses Light to Talk

Fireflies flash lights to attract a mate. Crickets chirp by rubbing their wings together. Some female walking sticks don't need a male to reproduce.

Each eye-catching photo in this book is accompanied by an interesting fact about that animal. Children get enthused not only about reading, but also about learning.

by Uncle Sasha
First published in 2013 :: Lao language :: 16 pages :: Paperback :: A5

This book was made possible with the support of Woody Hastings of the USA. Thank you!

Samples pages from our book: The Insect That Uses Light to Talk


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