Are You a Ladybug? #2020

Are You a Ladybug? By Judy Allen Tudor Humphries Are You a Ladybug With its intriguing bug s eye view of the world this new series offers preschoolers a unique perspective on the life cycles and environments of some familiar backyard creatures In each book the init
  • Title: Are You a Ladybug?
  • Author: Judy Allen Tudor Humphries
  • ISBN: 9781580481434
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Are You a Ladybug? By Judy Allen Tudor Humphries With its intriguing bug s eye view of the world, this new series offers preschoolers a unique perspective on the life cycles and environments of some familiar backyard creatures In each book, the initial question Are you a snail Are you a ladybug is followed by a series of simple sentences that help children appreciate the differences between themselves and a paWith its intriguing bug s eye view of the world, this new series offers preschoolers a unique perspective on the life cycles and environments of some familiar backyard creatures In each book, the initial question Are you a snail Are you a ladybug is followed by a series of simple sentences that help children appreciate the differences between themselves and a particular small animal Realistic, detailed art and informative, easy to read texts make these stories perfect for reading aloud Slowly, slowly, slowly, your color grows stronger Your black dots appear Congratulations, you re a ladybug
    Are You a Ladybug? By Judy Allen Tudor Humphries
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    About "Judy Allen Tudor Humphries"

    1. Judy Allen Tudor Humphries

      Judy Allen is an award winning author whose novel Awaiting Developments was short listed for the Whitbread Children s Novel Award.Judy Allen, along with illustrator Tudor Humphries, created Kingfisher s award winning Backyard Books series and many other successful books, including the Reading Rainbow selections Tiger and Seal.

    334 thoughts on “Are You a Ladybug?”

    1. I loke the detailed pictures in this book I learned a lot from this book and I would use it as a research tool for children learning about ladybugs I didn t know what ladybugs looked like when they were first born or the variety of ladybugs.


    2. A backyard book for young readers Beginning with ladybug parents who eat aphids and progressing through the life cycle of a ladybug, young readers will discover the changes a ladybug experiences before becoming an adult And are YOU a ladybug With captivating illustrations, this informative narrative will appeal to all young readers interested in the world around them, especially the bugs in their own back yards.Recommended.


    3. The Are You a non fiction series is a good choice for introducing young children and all the rest of us to the insect world.We chose this one to include in a library story time about fire fighters because of the verse Ladybird, ladybird fly away home,Your house is on fire and your children are gone,All except one,And her name is Ann,And she hid under the baking pan Children are fascinated with everything to do with the world around them and will enjoy informational books One of the Emergent Lite [...]


    4. This is another fun book in the Are You a series of books by Judy Allen and Tudor Humphries We like these books They offer scientific information, but in a colorful and fun format Children will like how the books speaks to them and helps to compare a human to the insect described And the Did You Know section in the back offers additional facts about the topic We will certainly look for books in this series.


    5. This book whimsically looks at what your life would be like if you were a ladybug A very constant theme is to keep eating aphids, especially early on, so that you can grow It has nice illustrations Near the end of the story, you re told that if your parents look like this drawings of human parents of various skin colors , then you are not a ladybug the explanation of how your life will be different culminates in the fact that you will never ever have to eat aphids A final 2 page spread at the e [...]


    6. This book is one in a series of books that is written to explain the appearance, habits, and life cycle of bugs The book is told from the perspective of a ladybug who is talking to the human children who are reading the book This book does an excellent job, in my opinion, of explaining how a ladybug starts life as an egg and continues until old age without belaboring scientific terms and points but still provides information for the youngest readers A kindergarten student should be able to read [...]


    7. I learned so much by reading this book What a great book to read when doing science For the size book that it is, it explains a lot about ladybugs that I never knew before At the end, it ties the whole thing back to the reader, who has to figure out if they fit the description of a ladybug Instead, through the depiction of multiple diverse families, we conclude that we are human beings instead.


    8. Written by Judy Allen, illustrated by Tudor Humpries Published by Kingfisher Publications, copyright 2000 Grade Level 1st and upThis story leads children through the life of a ladybug starting from the egg as if the reader was a ladybug Children will like this story because it gives lots of interesting facts about the insect most people like, and it lets them use their immagination to pretend that they are ladybugs.Possible themes or units insects, nature








    9. We learned A LOT about ladybugs in this book I like that it was informative enough without too much information to bog the reader down.


    10. very cute book for younger kidsit s like a handbook for ladybugs and what they should do eat aphids, eat some , Peel off your skin, etc very cute


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