The Bugville Critters Visit Dad And Mom At Work (Buster Bee's Adventures Series #1, The Bugville Critters)

The Bugville Critters Visit Dad And Mom At Work (Buster Bee's Adventures Series #1, The Bugville Critters)

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by Robert Stanek
     
 
PARENTING MAGAZINE RECOMMENDED: Robert Stanek's Bugville Critters stories were recommended to parents for their children by Parenting Magazine in September 2008. The magazine recommended "Visit Dad and Mom at Work," "Go To School," "Have A Sleepover," and "Visit Garden Box Farms." These stories are included in "Bugville Critters Storybook Treasury Volume 1" and in

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PARENTING MAGAZINE RECOMMENDED: Robert Stanek's Bugville Critters stories were recommended to parents for their children by Parenting Magazine in September 2008. The magazine recommended "Visit Dad and Mom at Work," "Go To School," "Have A Sleepover," and "Visit Garden Box Farms." These stories are included in "Bugville Critters Storybook Treasury Volume 1" and in "Bugville Audio Collection 1." ABOUT THE BOOK: Perfect for ages three to eight. Discover Robert Stanek's Bugville Critters today through this premium quality, lavishly illustrated 8.5" x 11" perfect bound book with 70# archival quality paper. Robert Stanek is the highly-acclaimed author of more than fifty books for young people and adults, including "Journey Beyond the Beyond" and "The Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches." Robert Stanek's Bugville is home to Bees, Ladybugs, Caterpillars, Beetles, and many other special critters. It's where you'll meet Buster Bee and all his friends. The Bugville Critters stories address all the major issues of growing up and are designed to appeal to the ever-growing interests of children three to eight years old. These refreshing stories combine facts about our natural world with fictional stories that instruct and entertain. About the Book: In this story, Buster Bee is going to visit Bee Hive, the factory where his dad and mom work. He is practicing to be a Super Helper so he can help out. He learns the importance of hard work and also learns a lesson about eating the right foods. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Robert Stanek is an award-winning, international best-selling author. He lives with his wife and children in the Pacific Northwest in the United States, and is intensely fascinated with our natural world. He loves the outdoors and frequently takes his family on short trips to see the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest, including Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge, and Puget Sound. You can learn more about Robert Stanek at http://stanek.reagentpress.com.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575451213
Publisher:
Reagent Press
Publication date:
04/30/2007
Series:
The Bugville Critters , #1
Pages:
52
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.14(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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The Bugville Critters Visit Dad And Mom At Work (Buster Bee's Adventures Series #1, The Bugville Critters) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
ArtProfCSU More than 1 year ago
Visit Mom and Dad at Work is all about Buster, a young critter, trying to help his mom and dad. It is such a fun read and we've read it over and over.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
My twins love this book! They want me to read it to them every night. Thankfully the story is so good and so fun I don't mind reading it over and over. What a wonderful story with good lessons.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful, beautiful book! My kids adored this one so much we got Go To School, Have A Sleepover, and Visit Garden Box Farms. I truly cannot say enough positive things about this book and the others.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bugville Critters Visit Dad and Mom at Work is one of the most amazing children's books I have ever read. My son can't wait to read this and we've read it together every night for weeks. The story is wonderful, as are the fun colorful illustrations.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a rather amateur effort overall. The book has a very cheap feel, the writing is unimagitive, and the illustrations are a bit creepy for young kids.