Bugs: A Skittery, Jittery History


An epic, oversized nonfiction picture book and companion to Sharks: A Mighty, Bite-y History—all about bugs and their prehistoric predecessors


ISBN: 9781419761133 Category:

Miriam Forster


Insects are some of the oldest creatures on Earth, evolving well before other land animals alongside ferns and trees. This epic survey follows bugs and their cousins from their earliest appearance in the Paleozoic Era up through today.

Additional information

Weight 962 g
Dimensions 27.4 x 37.4 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 15 February 2024
Number of pages 80
Format Hardback
Contributors Illustrated by Gordy Wright
Dimensions 27.4 x 37.4 cm
Weight 962 g


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Miriam Forster loves science, history, and animals, especially the weird prehistoric ones. She’s been a waiter, a barista, a daycare worker, and a bookseller, and she is currently an author of young adult fiction and a fact checker for children’s books. Her books include Sharks: A Mighty Bite-y History. Forster lives in Oregon with her husband, child, and a grumpy old cat.
Gordy Wright is a freelance illustrator and printmaker working from his studio in Bristol, UK. He is also the illustrator of Sharks: A Mighty Bite-y History.