Here is a delightfully fun story book which can help you to reduce your carbon footprint. The fruit and vegetable scraps which end up on our rubbish tips are a huge contributor to methane gasses – and this is just one of the things damaging our ozone layer.

Composting is easy, addictive, rewarding, low to no cost, and the end product gives you a great quality soil for your garden beds and pots.

Purchase this book, and Lea will gladly email you a few easy methods to help you get started.

Sustainability and environmental awareness! To order your personally signed copy for just $19.95 (or $25.00 with postage).

Half price purchase deal - available with Bug Kidz show bookings.

Email Lea: info@bugkidz.com.au or Tel: (07) 55 800 633

Bug Kidz Composting Book

At the beginning of his life, Robert is a big rhinoceros grub who loves to do grubby things, like roll around in the dirt. But Robert is about to undergo some big changes and experience interesting adventures; he’s going to transform from a grub into a Rhinoceros beetle.


In Robert the Transformer Bug, author Lea Fearn shows exactly how this happens. Through words and pictures, Lea Fearn tells an educational and fun story about the insect metamorphosis cycle and how Robert’s body makes those amazing changes.

 

This story also tells the difference between a female and a male rhinoceros beetle and shares where these mini beasts live and what they like to eat.


Offering a peek into the amazing and fascinating world of insects, Robert the Transformer Bug shows how creatures like Robert play a very important role in helping nature and earth maintain a healthy balance.

Available through Xlibris or www.bugkidz.com.au

Published by Xlibris

 

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Order online at www.xlibris.com.au, www.amazon.com or www.barnesandnoble.com

 

978-1-5035-0283-3 (ISBN13 SC)

978-1-5035-0284-0 (ISBN13 eBook)

To get your very own personally signed book at a special discounted price of just $19.95 (or $25.00 with postage)

Email Lea: info@bugkidz.com.au or Tel: (07) 55 800 633

Robert The Transformer Bug