Review: The Wonderful Wisdom of Ants by Philip Bunting

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Did you know that if all the ants in the world were put on a scale they roughly would equal the weight of all the humans? Or that weaver ants can hang on to one another to build living bridges? Those are just two of the cleverly presented facts in The Wonderful Wisdom of Ants by Philip Bunting.

Bunting knows how to present facts in a way that kids will love, with references to the little critters taking micronaps, recycling, and helping their family members. These ants collect and store food, build tunnels, and poop.

The book presents the jobs of female and males, and it reveals how ants know how to find their way to food and back to the nest. Illustrations are cute and whimsical. Children are certain to beg to read it over and over again.

The author provided a copy of this title in exchange for my honest review.

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