Snug As A Bug In A Rug

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Snug As A Big Red Bug (New Reader Series)

Snug As A Big Red Bug (New Reader Series)

Poor Red Bug doesn't know anything about the cold wind and snow winter. His friends ask him, "Red Bug, Red Bug, Where will you go? Winter is coming, With cold wind and snow." But the animals who are warning him of the changing season are not keen to let him burrow into their warm winter coats.

Each potential hibernation site (feathers, fur, wool and hair) belongs to a reluctant host who sends the bug away again. Finally, Red Bug finds a perfect spot that bothers no one and the book ends happily with him snoring away in front of a fireplace. (Yes, you guessed it, as snug as a bug in a rug.)

The book's rhyming pattern is a wonderful reading device for developing readers and the bug's search provides a playful look at the way various animal's adapt to the cold. Youngsters love to chant the text with or without the book in hand.

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As Snug As a Bug

As Snug As a Bug

The crib/bed transition was not as easy as we hoped. A week of struggling to stay in the bed, two weeks of him choosing to be in a pack & play, and then one night he pointed to the bed and stayed there all night. I am learning that change is just as hard on the parents as it is for the kids.

Snug as a bug in a poppy rug

Snug as a bug in a poppy rug

A tiny bug found a cozy home inside this California poppy. Taken on Mt. Diablo two weeks ago, when it was SUNNY. Today is rainy and grey. I hope the poppy resident is snug as a bug! Happy Bokeh Wednesday!

snug as a bug in a rug

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