Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Book Review: The Bug That Plagued the Entire Third Grade by Lori Calabrese

Title:                The Bug That Plagued the Entire Third Grade
Author:            Lori Calabrese
Illustrator:        Chet Taylor    
Soft cover:      24 pages
Publisher:        Dragonfly Publishing, Inc. / August 2010
ISBN-10:        1-936381-05-2
ISBN-13:        978-1936381050

A bug enthusiast, Matt ventures on his quest to find the most unusual bug to present at the school Bug-A-Fair and that is when the play on words causes chaos of the strangest kind. For you see not only did Matt discover a bug which he was sure would secure him the accolades of his teachers and classmates he caught the dreaded cold bug too.

As persuasive as Matt can be his mother allowed him to attend school to submit his bug into the Bug-A-Fair. In attempts to control his sniffles Matt exploded with a forceful sneeze flipping the lid clear off the bug jar when he arrived at school and the bug flew right into the third grade.

Matt’s excitement overflows as well as his running nose and he bursts into his classroom to capture the bug once again. The obstacles he encounters with his teacher who is focused on Matt’s cold bug will have you chuckling and cheering for the bugs capture. Will Matt succeed and convince his teacher that he truly captured an unusual bug for real or will he be sent home because he caught the cold bug? Find out while you read the hilarious tale of The Bug That Plagued the Entire Third Grade told in perfect rhyme.

Visit children’s author, Lori Calabrese and become mesmerized by her enchanting world.

Visit illustrator, Chet Taylor and enjoy his vibrant world.


Best wishes,
Donna M. McDine
Award-winning Children's Author
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