Children's book: Let’s Go Buggees!: Explore the world, see some secret movies, meet new friends in an experiential way and have exciting adventures (The BuggeesBunch Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 41 pages||Age Level: 5 - 10||Grade Level: K - 4|
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I do recommend showing the children how to view the pages in landscape view instead of portrait.
Four stars out of five.
LET’S GO BUGGEES is Book 1 in shat promises to be a very successful interactive series of books of child - and for adults who enjoy the pleasures of childhood. The book is written in charming rhyme and we meet the ladybugs Yogi and Sheen beginning a special day. Everyone would dress in red and dance all day and night. They visit their friend Ming for tea then proceeded to town for dinks and food. The three (Yogi, Sheen and Ming) see a lantern belonging to a boy named Kim and Kim’s father tells him to release the lantern in the night sky and the Buggees Bunch hop on the airborne lantern to see the wonders of the world. And where will they visit? We must wait for the next book to find out.
Throughout the book there are red arrows to click that open a dictionary to explain the derivation of some of the names and words. It makes for an interactive book that will delight – and educate! – children. A terrific first installment in what promises to be a series of adventures with our new friends the ladybugs. Grady Harp, September 16
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I thought the text and illustrations worked well together to teach important lessons about separation as an opportunity for positive change and new experiences, despite the difficulty. It’s a very interesting book that will educate young children on how anxiety can be transformed into enthusiasm and courage. This story will ignite the inquisitive young mind about the environment around them, and provide important coping skills for life.
This is a very imaginative and creative read that will make for an interesting series. Five stars from me. Well done.
It talks about the world, travelling and learning, lessons every kid should learn.
The buggees series will introduce children to different parts of the world, viewed intriguing through the eyes of three brave ladybugs riding a rice lantern. Like a cross between a preschool TV show and an early reading book, the story, images, and videos are well-produced, read simply and pleasingly, and seem, to this reader at least, like a really neat idea.
Disclosure: I was given a copy and I offer my honest review.