The Book of Ant Records

  • Illustrated By: Jenny Lucander
    Translated by: B.J. Woodstein
  • Pages:48
  • Publisher:Orca Book Publishers
  • Themes:ant biology, cool facts, entomology, social behavior of ants, STEM
  • Available:05/14/2024
  • Lexile:860L
  • Fountas & Pinnell Text Level Gradient:P
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Dig into this book of ant world records to discover some of the coolest, creepiest and most surprising facts about ants.

There are 20 million billion ants on the planet, and we see them all the time. But did you know that ants have superpowers? Super strength and super speed are only the beginning. Ants might be small, but they set big records. They can live in scorching temperatures and work together to build giant cities. A queen ant can have millions of babies in her lifetime. And some ants self-explode to destroy their enemies.

But which ant has the worst sting? What are some of the weirdest things they eat? How does an ant find its way back home? In this book you’ll find answers to everything you’ve ever wondered about ants and their amazing abilities. Before long you’ll be ANT-thusiastic for more!

“Its fascinating contents of 'Amazing Facts and Feats' simply demand to be shared. Highly Recommended.”

– CM: Canadian Review of Materials