Hello, Bugs!

Hello Bugs A charming introduction to ten beautiful little bugs featuring high contrast black and white patterns A glittering burst of colored foil brings a vivid splash of color to every page With first words

  • Title: Hello, Bugs!
  • Author: Smriti Prasadam-Halls Emily Bolam
  • ISBN: 9781589258624
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Board Book
  • A charming introduction to ten beautiful little bugs, featuring high contrast black and white patterns A glittering burst of colored foil brings a vivid splash of color to every page With first words to join in with, this stunning book will captivate sparkly little babies everywhere

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      Published :2019-02-05T03:14:24+00:00

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    1. Good for newborns on up. My grandson is really into bees and bugs and loves this black and white book with glitter images. We call him Super Bee when he wears his bee hooded bathrobe! Fun times!! <3

    2. My little sister is obsessed with this book! Every time she sees it, she asks if we can read it. She loves saying "Hello" to the cute, shiny bugs. This is a great book for toddlers.

    3. A favorite of the two year old in my life. we can read this non-stop. Easy to add little hand gestures to the insect noises for each page (caterpillar munching her toes or arm), a great way to introduce love of books at a young age

    4. My son is currently in a sign language / sing-along class. The teacher reads one book to the babies at each class and accompanies the reading with signs for the different animals pictured. This was the book of the week. I know I'll never remember all the signs just from seeing it once, but I definitely remember caterpillar and butterfly.I like this book. It's really simple, just saying hello to all the different bugs. And the illustrations are mostly black and white with a tiny bit of color on e [...]

    5. I'm not as big a fan of this one as "Hello, Animals!" but it still shares many of the same characteristics (short, simple, good contrast, color foil bits, cute illustrations) making it a good choice. Many of the onomatopoeia sounds for the bugs are the same thing repeated twice which just isn't as fun as saying something asymmetrical. Both books are rather fun as you can encourage your baby to respond to the book by saying "hello" back to each animal. I also like that both are a bit heavier on t [...]

    6. This high contrast book with foil embellishments is designed for younger babies. Unfortunately it omits some bugs that should be included like ants, fireflies, rolypoly bugs and instead dedicated space to the spider, snail, and worm. The text says hello to all of the "bugs"beginning with caterpillar except we say "bye-bye, butterfly" though there is no connection between the caterpillar and butterfly.

    7. Perfectly suited for two's and under, a cheerful bug is presented on each page. The text prompts the adult to say, "Hello, __________ (bug's name)". There are some additional verbs to share with each bug such as "scurry, scurry", "munch, munch", "buzz, buzz", "crick, crick" and so forth.Children love touching the shiny colored foil painted on each bug. They love greeting the bug with a "hello!". They quickly add the names of the bugs to their vocabulary.

    8. This book is so simple it's great. It's basically just an early introduction to various insects and other creepy crawlies. The fun comes with performing the various actions of them. The illustrations are great because they are uncomplicated black and white with reflective surfaces and the occasional splash of color. Fun and simple.

    9. I absolutely adore this book; it's one of my favorites! My mommy's better at reading it than my daddy is. She tickles me like bugs are crawling on me. Ew!!It's quick and simple and will help me identify bugs. The dark pictures with the bright and colorful metallic contrasts are really neat.

    10. This cool black and white board book will introduce your child to some very fun bugs. Your little ones will even learn all the different sounds they make. Shiny bits of vivid color will leave your child curiously wanting to touch and explore Hello Bugs over and over again.

    11. Beautiful foil embellishments on black and white illustrated board pages. Babies will love this book, my preschoolers did!

    12. Madison absolutely loves this book. The black and white images with splashes of metallic color keep her attention focused.

    13. Can I count this board book? Well, I am! Enjoyable little book. A good introduction to bugs for young kids. I loved the color design.

    14. High contrast black and white is great for young babies, with nice use of an additional color on every page. I read this aloud a dozen times without getting bored.

    15. Stan's favorite book. This is the first one he responded to, reaching out to touch it and try to turn pages. He waves his arms around excitedly when he sees it!

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