Copper Lodge Library Exploring Insects with Uncle Paul
While providing highly detailed and fascinating stories, the underlying encouragement of this volume is for students to “go outside” and look for themselves. Part of the Copper Lodge Library and designed to accompany Classical Conversations™ Cycle 1 Scribblers, this read aloud book of nature stories will be enjoyed by all ages. The title implies a complete focus on insects, but while the 25 stories start with ants and end with butterflies, spiders, bees, and beetles, there is a whole group in the middle that venture into other topics. These topics include trees, metals, wool/spinning, as well as cotton/weaving. Delightfully written with the rich flavor of 100-year-old text, this resource has also been edited for current spellings/punctuation. This replicated book also includes some parenthetical explanations and many, lovely illustrations. 152 pgs, pb.