"An engaging, imaginative, rich, and humorous insectile tale." — Kirkus
"Un cuento de insectos cautivadoramente imaginativo, rico y divertdo." — Kirkus
"This book is also terrifically funny!" — Maria Jacquetti, PhD.
Ferocious-looking rhino beetles are drawn magnetically to sugarcane and its nectar, and while they are an intrinsic part of the ecosystem, some consider them horrific pests.
Three children form a fteam and deepen their friendship, while saving the beetles, and at the same time awakening secrets of the Earth's past.
This bilingual book will engage those who are teaching kids to care for the environment. It's an imaginatively rich narrative, replete with values that will touch the heart of children today and in the future.
After about an hour of walking around in wild circles, Juliette was sure that her group was lost. Poolishwawee was thinking the same thing; however, he knew he could count on his rhino beetles to make a quick compass in the sky.
After about an hour of walking around in wild circles, Juliette was sure that her group was lost. Poolishwawee was thinking the same thing; however, he knew he could count on his rhino beetles to make a
From prolific writer and Astrorhinobeetle, LLC founder Franklin H. Perez, comes a collection of bilingual American poetry that explores a coming-of-age journey about love, heartbreaks, and passion. Recovering what he lost in a notebook from his youth, Franklin endeavors to relate the feelings and thoughts of a younger self.
Some poems are teenaged recollections, some poems wander the planet and galaxies in search of a higher truth. Each poem will force you to the brink of a memory or revelation in hopes that you will find your own transformative path.
Endeavor will change the way you think about your daily wonderings and relationships with others.
In a world of so much boring, derivative poetry, Franklin Perez’s verse gleams through the mud of most of it with a genuine voice of the Americas. If you want to read gray poetry, look somewhere else. Perez’s work transports us into technicolor universes. When I consider his work, I feel the heart-beat of the New World. He takes us into the deep sugarcane fields of his native Dominican Republic, of course, a place where we can smell the sweetness of life made so simple and pure; we also get to feel the urban pulse of his second home, New York City. Beyond this, I am thrilled that he writes about my hometown of
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