Kate Palaces Narita is the author of 100 Bugs! A Counting Book (FSG spring 2018). When she's not out and about driving, teaching or cheering on her two teenage sons, Kate lives, writes, and hikes on a small mountain in central Massachusetts. There's a magical part of Mt. Wachusett in every one of her stories. Be it small wonders like darting dragonflies and gorgeous garden phlox, or large wonders like munching moose and beautiful balsam firs, she celebrates nature's bounty each and every day.
Praise for 100 Bugs! A Counting Book
Kirkus Reviews Starred:
"Packed with great extension possibilities, visually engaging illustrations, and quick rhymes, this read-aloud would be a great addition to any STEM shelf. (Picture book. 3-6)"
"In this cheerful outing, two sibling “explorers” wake up with the sun to count bugs over the course of a day on their busy farm. As the brother and sister traipse through a meadow and barnyard with a magnifying glass and a butterfly net, Narita introduces insect varieties in upbeat rhymes."
Sunday, March 29th: Massachusetts School Library Association Conference in Framingham , MA
Thursday, April 2nd: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Expostion in Chicago, IL.
Friday, April 3rd: Massachusetts Reading Association Conferfence in Quincy, MA
Sunday, April 5th: NSTA Boston National Conference 2020 A Stem Stew from 11-12 with Teacher's College Jessica Riccio.