On Beyond Bugs!
by Tish Rabe

Rhyming text and illustrations depict the Cat in the Hat and his friends exploring the many different kinds of insects, their characteristics, and behavior.

I Like Bugs
by Margaret Wise Brown

In brief rhyming text, lists all the types of insects the narrator likes.

Beth and the Bugs
by Sam Hay

Beth’s class goes on a bus to find bugs. The other children on the trip spot several bugs, but Beth can’t find any before it is time for a picnic lunch.

Bugs on the Bus
by Paul Orshoski and D.J. Panec

Jack is bringing a jar of bugs to school. Unfortunately, the jar breaks on the bus and all the bugs escape. The result is a very wild ride.

I See Insects
by Tim Mayerling

Carefully leveled text and vibrant photographs introduce the earliest readers to a variety of familiar insect species.

A compilation of five books featuring Buzz and Fly Guy as they learn about various animals from around the world.

Prince Fly Guy
by Tedd Arnold

Buzz is writing a fairy tale for homework, and Fly Guy naturally assumes the role of a handsome prince, who fends off a giant and rescues a beautiful princess.

How Strong is an Ant?
by Kurt Waldendorf

Introduces the strength of an ant to readers through simple text, photograph, and measurement comparisons.

I See Dragonflies
by Genevieve Nilsen

Introduces readers to dragonflies while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience.

by Aaron Frisch

A kindergarten-level introduction to ladybugs, covering their growth process, behaviors, the places they call home, and such defining physical features as their spotted shells.

by Emily K. Green

Simple text accompanied by full-color photographs give an up-close look at crickets.

by Mari Schuh

This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells how butterflies find food and briefly explains their life cycle.