The Grouchy Ladybug

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Progressing through a series of brilliantly colored die-cut pages, a bad-tempered braggart becomes a nicer, happier, better-behaved bug. The arrangement of the book also introduces concepts of comparative size and telling time. Full-color illustrations.

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Royston Vassey

Sep 12, 2017

Never Gets Old

When i was growing up my mom read this book to me hundreds of times and her nor i ever got bored of it in fact she reads it to my baby brother and he absolutely loves this book, people say that this might say "kids should want to fight when there in a bad mood" and all i get from that is really? this sends an absolutely different message then that, the grouchy ladybug flies around because he's mean/grouchy but he ends up right back in the same spot he began in. the message was plain and clear "fighting gets you nowhere expect right back at where you began"

Tami B

Mar 6, 2014

Another Great Eric Carle book!

I first read this book as a substitute teacher in a kindergarten class and they loved it - knew I had to get a copy for my own kindergartener! LOVE the story line - builds on action, just like the Carle's classic Hungry Caterpillar - and adds the educational element of telling time. So glad I found a discounted copy to add to our own personal library.

judi326

Jul 1, 2010

Great for Little Kids

Got this book for my 5 year old granddaughter, but it was a bit too young for her. She did enjoy it but her younger sister will get more out of it in another few months.
Story & pictures are darling.

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