Nature is a beautiful, incomprehensible marvel in the way that everything works together so seamlessly and Owen Davey’s books remind us of nature’s small, perfect and sublime details. In the fourth book of his non-fiction series, we learn about the weird and wonderful complexity of beetles — creatures that comprise 25% of the world’s animals. One fact that we found fascinating — fireflies are a type of beetle and some of them can synchronize their flash patterns and turn their glow on and off at the same time. Did you know that ladybugs hibernate when the days get colder and less food is available? Bonkers About Beetles is perfect for nature enthusiasts and if you think you’ve got a future entomologist — or coleopterist — on your hands.