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The Bugliest Bug af Carol Diggory Shields
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The Bugliest Bug (udgave 2005)

af Carol Diggory Shields (Forfatter), Scott Nash (Illustrator)

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All kinds of insects compete to see who is the "bugliest" bug of all, but there is a sinister surprise behind the contest.
Medlem:MrsGlass
Titel:The Bugliest Bug
Forfattere:Carol Diggory Shields (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Scott Nash (Illustrator)
Info:Candlewick (2005), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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This book was a great rhyming book on bugs. It showed how the bugs were tricked but all came together to over come the spiders. The illustrations helped tell the story into more detail. ( )
  ambourg7 | Jul 15, 2012 |
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In The Bugliest Bug by Carol Diggory Shields, a damselfly named Dilly rounds up all kinds of bugs to enter a contest to see who will be the bugliest bug of them all! This book is made for grades k-3 and is very reader-friendly. The story is written in verse and contains end rhyme. The narrator describes the different kinds of bugs that are entering the contest. Shields writes, "from tiny no-see-ums to fat termite queens. / Some had great pincers, some had proud horns, / Some looked like branches, or flowers, or thorns." As all the bugs arrive, they realized that they have been tricked and the judges are not quite who they seem to be. I loved this book because while entertaining, it allowed for the audience to get a feel for what does (or in the judges case) does not constitute as an insect or bug. The accuracy of the science content was correct as well. When categorizing bugs/insects there are a general set of crtieria that we use. This is displayed in Shield's story and is a great way to introduce these criteria. This book would also go great within a science lesson. As a pre-service teacher I would engage the class by reading the book and then do some activities and practice with categorizing seeming insects into a bug or no bug category. Overall a great book and one of my favorites! ( )
  mcphra01 | Nov 12, 2009 |
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