I love to watch small often overlooked plant-animal interactions in nature. The stories - Bubs the Bumblebee and her most unfortunate fortunate adventure and Bubs the Bumblebee and the Spider's Trap - developed as I observed and photographed insects and spiders in the garden.
These books encourage children to have a better understanding of the natural world, using stories about predator-prey interactions in the garden. It helps them to become more aware of the pollination activities of common insects and fruit development and the importance of protecting insects that pollinate flowers.
Insects are good for our environment and learning about them can be fun and interesting for all ages. In Joyce Graham Fogwill’s Bubs the Bumblebee and the Spider’s Web one can learn about bees and spiders’ habits and lives.
This story is great for an inquisitive child who is not afraid of bugs, insects or spiders and curious about how they live. It is a good educational tool that can be read over and over, verifying how God makes such unique creatures which we tend to ignore and take for granted. This review will also be posted at www.bookpleasures.com and www.amazon.com.