Inside the Cricket's Burrow
A long, fuzzy insect with a helmet-shaped head crawls into a hole in a grassy field. Using its shovel-like front legs, the mole cricket scoops up dirt and pushes it out of the way. It's building tunnels, some of which stretch far into the earth, in its underground home. Welcome to the cricket's burrow! Clear text, colorful photos, and diagrams will engage young readers as they explore the habitat, physical characteristics, diet, and behavior of these curious creatures. Age-appropriate activities and critical-thinking questions give readers an opportunity to make observations and gain valuable insights.