10 thoughts on “Bugs

  1. Makaylia McDonald Makaylia McDonald says:

    The first page of every book starts with a question and an answer that rhyme, this relates to the information on the next page because the answer to the question is the bug that will be discussed The description of the bug has a diagram that labels the different parts of the bug, then underneath there is a p


  2. Mykenna Baker Mykenna Baker says:

    This book is cute and very informational It tells you very interesting facts about bugs, while also telling a little story with it The first page says What bug bit Thelma on the thigh A horsefly and then it tells you about a horsefly It does this on every page, also rhyming on a lot of the pages It s a very cute bo


  3. Alyssa Ricard Alyssa Ricard says:

    I think this is a great read aloud book It s an easy read for students, but I think the description of the bugs is great to go over together It s a perfect way to introduce a science lesson Very informative


  4. Wiseman Wiseman says:

    My daughter liked the rhyming.


  5. Keegan Keegan says:

    K So this is gross, but in a cool fascinating way These enlarged illustrations of some nasty bugs mosquitos, ticks, etc are awesome


  6. Allie Krukowski Allie Krukowski says:

    The genre of this book is Informational One unique feature is that it includes jokes I think this book could be used in grades K 2.


  7. Kara Campfield Kara Campfield says:

    An informational text that covers different bugs and why they make the noises they do, or why they make people sick, or why the just do what they do 1 Bugs2 Cause and Effect3 Parts of animals


  8. Ashley Ashley says:

    Book Title Bugs by Nancy Winslow ParkerShort Description of the Book In this text, Parker describes the details of multiple insects The authors use diagrams to show the various parts of the insects as well as describe the life cycle and growth of several insects Focus Diagrams for all about writing The book Bugs is full of detailed diagrams of various inse


  9. Samantha Penrose Samantha Penrose says:

    This book is great for reading to kids of varying ages.Each featured bug gets a two page spread.the left side has a cute cartoony picture and a rhyme Whose shrill sound woke Ada A cicada the right side has a detailed drawing with labeled anatomy, and a desciption of the bug including what it eats, how and where they live and breed, as well as any positive or nege


  10. Daphne Da Silva Daphne Da Silva says:

    I personally think that this book is good because of course you get to learn things and I liked it but I got goosebumps because of the bugs and the picture they had of the bugs I leaned some things and again and again, I liked it and leaned things about bugs like what type of noise they make and other things like that.


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