Hotel for Bugs
There is a new hotel in town, a hotel for bugs, and bugs of all kinds have checked in and are enjoying the place. A slug comes gliding through the front door, leaving a glistening trail of slime behind, and asks for a room. The manager refuses to rent the slug a room, announcing that the hotel is for BUGS, and slugs are not bugs, and therefore, are not welcome. The slug is embarrassed and rushes, as much as a slug can rush, out of the hotel. One of the tiny young bugs asks why the slug can’t stay. There are all kinds of bugs with all kinds of differences. Maybe, just maybe, slugs can fit in here after all.
Author Suzy Senior has written a very cute story in perfect rhyme and meter with important messages woven in. She uses plenty of poetic devices to make the text sparkle. The bright, fun illustrations by Leire Martín are filled with delightful details that will keep youngsters engaged, searching for all the fun packed onto the pages. This book will become a fast favorite with young listeners, and they will ask for it over and over.
|Page Count||32 pages|
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