Snug as a Big Red Bugby Frank B. Edwards, John Bianchi, Mickey Edwards
Poor Red Bug doesn't know anything about the cold wind and snow of winter. Yet the animals who are warning him of the changing season are not keen to let him burrow into their warm winter coats. Red Bug finally solves the problem himself.
Meet the Author
Versatile and prolific, Frank B. Edwards has written 23 children_s books (for ages 3 to 12), including juvenile novels, picture books and early readers. His first novel, "Frogger," was nominated for a Silver Birch Award. Frank_s humorous picture books are popular with children, parents and teachers alike.
Tucson-based John Bianchi is a popular children_s illustrator and author whose picture books have entertained millions of young readers since 1986. He has illustrated almost 50 children_s books, including 15 of his own stories. His zany cartoon style is especially effective at bringing stories alive for beginning readers.
Mickey Edwards is on the faculty at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and is a Vice President of the Aspen Institute. After leaving Congress, he taught at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government for 11 years and was selected by students as the outstanding teacher in the school. He was a weekly columnist for the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and other major newspapers.
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My just-turned-three-year-old LOVED this book. She wants it every time we go to the library. We finally decided to buy her a copy of her own. She loves the book's simple, repetitive nature and chimes in 'Oh, no Bug! NO, NO, NO!' whenever he finds a new potential home. She finds it hysterically funny, and pretends the bug is in her hair, too and she shoos him out. Great interactive read for toddlers.