Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Bug's Trip to the Store - Reviews

Bug's Trip to the Store is a wonderful rhyming story that captivates and teaches an important life-lesson. This is portrayed as Bug perseveres and overcomes an obstacle. Children can easily connect to the Bug and the conflict that occurs. A positive message that is clearly portrayed in the book is that "I can do it, and I need to believe in myself."   I encourage teachers, counselors, parents, and adults to follow Bug's Adventure Series!  ~ S. Goneau, Second Grade Teacher, @suser1

Great Children's book- I loved it, good vocabulary and very important message for kids! I recommend buying this book for any child in your life (children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, friends). ~ Traci Keller, teacher at Sarasota County Schools

This sweet and beautifully illustrated book teaches children to deal with their fears. It encourages them to meet their fear, calm themselves down, and stay focused on their intention while remaining kind to themselves and others. --Susan Piver, Author of How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart

Bug's Trip to The Store is a fantastic book that shows children they can achieve their dreams with hard work and perseverance. The author shows children it’s okay to be frightened, but fear can be conquered. The story of Bug and how he overcomes his fears to reach his goal is told in encouraging and clever rhymes that don't talk down to children. Looking forward to Bug's next adventure and life lesson. ~ Mary Lowisz, Registered Nurse at Fort Atkinson Hospital

A little bit Dr. Seuss, with rhyming narrative. A little bit The Little Engine that Could, with a message about overcoming obstacles one step at a time. This children's book has jazzy colors and design and features the likeable Bug (V.W. Bug, not the insect type). The little car and the big semi make this a good book for young boys. ~Pam Chickering Wilson, staff writer at Daily Jefferson County Union

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