Bugs are all over Dot and Jabber's meadow. Then—poof!—they're gone! Bugs can't just disappear, can they?
The mouse detectives know a big bug mystery when they see one. Join them as they search for clues to prove that there's more to this vanishing act than meets the eye.
An afterword provides clear and fascinating information about how insects and animals use camouflage.
About the Author
ELLEN STOLL WALSH is the author-illustrator of many popular books for children, including the successful Mouse Paint and Mouse Count books. She lives in upstate New York.
Praise for the Dot and Jabber books:
"Walsh's familiar cut-paper collages present a simple cycle of life that most young children can easily grasp, and her graceful creatures transform the science lessons into something fun, thoughtful, and very special." --BooklistPraise for Dot and Jabber's science mysteries:
"Dot and Jabber are the perfect mice to lead young readers in exploring the great outdoors."--Kirkus Reviews
"A good choice for all collections."--School Library Journal