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Author Biography: Kurt Cyrus is the illustrator of several picture books, including two he also wrote. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.
A collection of poems about the activities of a variety of different bugs which flourish in a garden from early spring to late fall.
"This is a collection of poems that bug-loving boys and girls as well as their teachers and librarians will share with great satisfaction."—Library Talk (starred review)
Posted February 10, 2012
Got this book for my son when he was 5 and got in trouble at school because he couldn't rhyme-all he wanted to read at time was children's encyclopedias and other nonfiction type books- nothing rhymed. He LOVED this book and could quote it from cover to cover within a week. Has Edgar Allen Poe rhythm that I enjoyed reading to and with him on:) 11 years later it is one of the few books he still has from those years and he can still quote it! Beautiful pictures and adorable story that has you laughing and chuckling clear through!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.