Gee Gee Bug and Cousin Freddie on Spider Webs in the GardenIHP0216
Dr Richard Whitlow
George Garden Bug and Cousin Freddie see some amazing spider webs in their garden. They ask Professor Jay Tee Frogge about how and why spiders make their webs. Most of the webs they observe are orb webs, like bicycle wheels, but they learn about other kinds of spider webs like tangle webs as well. They also find out why spiders are important to have in a garden.
Gee Gee Bug and Cousin Freddie on Spider Webs in the Garden is an illustrated garden-based story that provides websites for further study and a story word search puzzle. All kids’ stories should have fun conversations and pictures – this story has both!
The author Dr Richard Whitlow is a keen native plant gardener and taught biogeography at tertiary level in a previous life. His doctorate was on soil erosion and conservation. Now he is a gardener and a house-husband. He has 2 kids, 2 grandkids, 2 cats and one wife.Printed & Published by InHouse Publishing