Table of contents for Insects, spiders, and creepy crawlers : a supplement to Childcraft, the how and why library.

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A Kingdom in Your Own Backyard
How the tiny creatures of the insect world see, hear, smell, breathe, taste, feel and grow
 Activity: Looking for Insects, Spiders, and Creepy Crawlers
Dragons and Damsels
Dragonflies and damselflies?the swift hunters of the air
Meet the Beetles
Ladybugs, tiger beetles, fireflies, weevils, and many other beetles
Grasshoppers and Their Relatives
Grasshoppers, crickets, walkingsticks, katydids, cockroaches, and the fierce praying mantis
Winged Beauties
Butterflies and moths, and their caterpillars
The Busy Workers
Farmer ants, harvester ants, army ants, and termites
The Honey Makers
Honeybees and bumble bees in communities
Hunters and Builders
Wasps that hunt insects and spiders, and hornets that build ?cities?
True Bugs, Hoppers, and Fleas
Stink bugs, water striders, leafhoppers, cicadas, and fleas
Mosquitoes, Flies, and Lions
Mosquitoes, houseflies, tachinid flies, and antlions
Spiders and Such
The arachnids?tarantulas and other spiders, and the daddy longlegs
Many-legged Creatures 
Centipedes and millipedes
Find Out More
Illustration Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Insects -- Juvenile literature.
Spiders -- Juvenile literature.