After George visits the Museum of Wildlife with Grandad, all he can think about is bugs! The very next day he goes out hunting, but he soon finds there are no more insects left in the garden, and the ones he has captured in jars don’t look very happy.
George is about to learn exactly why bugs are so important and why this fabulous creatures aren`t meant for life in a bottle.
This book is suitable for children between 4 and 9 years of age.
A brilliant, vibrant debut from Alex G. Griffiths, featuring a wonderful grandfather-grandson relationship.
Alex G. Griffiths lived in Oslo, Norway until the age of 5, when his family moved to Buckinghamshire. He studied Graphic Design at Coventry University, and he is a self-proclaimed drawing addict with a love for scuba diving and snowboarding. The Bug Collector is his first picture book as both author and illustrator. Alex now lives in Canada with his wife Anna, who is a primary school teacher.