Super Bugs by Michelle Meadows

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the comical cuteness both does away with two of the insects’ limbs and makes it hard to distinguish stinkbug from cricket from roach, leading to critter fatigue. Not captivating but fun for some.
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Synopsis

The Super Bugs help insects when they are in danger!

"Antennae up, eyes down.
Buzzing all around the town.
Super Bugs, Super Bugs, mighty, mighty
Super Bugs!"

These heroic insects are ready to fly in and lend a helping hand or wing! The Super Bugs spend all day doing good, and when the day ends...

"To the hideout -- cozy nest. Even heroes need to rest."

Young insect enthusiasts will enjoy the fun facts for all nineteen insects in Super Bugs: ants, beetles, bumblebees, butterflies, caterpillars, cicadas, cockroaches, crickets, daddy longlegs, dragonflies, fireflies, fleas, grasshoppers, houseflies, mosquitoes, moths, spiders, stinkbugs, and termites.
 

About Michelle Meadows

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Michelle Meadows is the author of Traffic Pups, Pilot Pups, Piggies in the Kitchen, Hibernation Station, and The Way the Storm Stops. She lives in Silver Springs, Maryland. Matthew Cordell illustrated Leap Back Home to Me by Lauren Thompson. His work has also appeared in The Moon Is La Luna; Righty and Lefty: A Tale of Two Feet; and Trouble Gum, and Another Brother, which he wrote and illustrated. He lives with his wife and daughter near Chicago.
 
Published June 28, 2016 by Orchard Books. 40 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.
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Kirkus

Below average
on Mar 16 2016

the comical cuteness both does away with two of the insects’ limbs and makes it hard to distinguish stinkbug from cricket from roach, leading to critter fatigue. Not captivating but fun for some.

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