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Big Bug, Little Bug: A Book of Oppositesby Paul Stickland
Synopses & Reviews
A playful book of opposites filled with bugs of all shapes, sizes, and colors with a massive pop-up on the last spread!
With lively oversized illustrations, BIG BUG, LITTLE BUG is a book of opposites, focusing on bugs of all different shapes, sizes, and colors as they creep, crawl, and fly through the sturdy pages, culminating in a tremendous pop-up on the last spread!
"Stickland compares and contrasts friendly cartoon bugs that feel a bit like two-dimensional, less developed versions of the characters in the film A Bug's Life. Single-word antonyms and phrases appear in playful, black font: on a hot pink spread, one pill bug ('hard bug') pushes another one that's rolled into a ball, opposite a 'soft bug,' a cross between a caterpillar and a slug. Some bugs 'wriggle by day,' and some 'fly by night,' but in the end they appear together in a dramatic pop-up. Energetic colors and bold, bright shapes should hit the spot for the preschool crowd. Ages 2 — 4. (Jan.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright PWyxz LLC)
With lively oversized illustrations, "Big Bug, Little Bug" is a book of opposites, focusing on bugs of all different shapes, sizes, and colors as they creep, crawl, and fly through the sturdy pages, culminating in a tremendous pop-up on the last spread. Full color.
About the Author
Paul Stickland has illustrated many childrens books over the last 30 years, including the bestselling book, Dinosaur Roar.
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