Tapeworms
—Kawa, Katie, author.
Book
2016
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"Tapeworms are gross and creepy, but they can also teach us a lot about science. As readers explore the weird world of tapeworms, they discover fun facts that support science curriculum topics, including animal relationships and life cycles. These fun facts are presented alongside vivid, detailed photographs of tapeworms that are sure to fascinate readers. Having a tapeworm living in your body is anything but fun, but learning about tapeworms can be very exciting for young readers"--Provided by the publisher.

Item Details
Series:
Freaky freeloaders: Bugs that feed on people
Freaky freeloaders: Bugs that feed on people.
Subjects:
Tapeworms -- Juvenile literature.
ISBN:
9781499407631
Edition:
First edition.
Description:
24 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
Notes:
Includes index.
Contents:
Troublesome tapeworms
What do they look like?
At home in a cow
Becoming an adult
Tapeworm symptoms
From pig to person
Don't eat the eggs!
A long life
Killing tapeworms in the kitchen
One is enough!
LCCN:
2015009899
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