June Bug Jamboree is a country bug hoedown that captures the glory of a sweet summer festival.
The hoedown takes place on a warm summer night. The setting is an old country barn down a dusty dirt road. The stars are shining, the music is playing, and the smell of deep-fried chicken and freshly baked pie lingers in the air. The bugs celebrate summer as they square dance, sing, and sway to the music at the June Bug Jamboree.
Children will be delighted and want to clap and sing along to this wonderfully illustrated, catchy country tune!
Robin Martin Duttmann of Amherstburg, Ontario, is an educational assistant with the Catholic School Board. She enjoys her career working with children with varying exceptionalities. She loves to read, write, sail, and spend time with her friends and family. June Bug Jamboree is her second published work. Her first book Zoo on the Moon received Honorable Mention at the 2013 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards, and is now part of the curriculum for the IBLIBRARY Primary Years Program.
Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/RobinMartin-Duttmann