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Bug Meets his Friend

4 Ratings: 4.5
A book by K.M. Groshek

This delightful story is told in creative rhythms, rhymes and strong imagery that entertain and teach lessons through Bug, an adventurous, energetic little car. As Bug tries to get to his final destination, he s met with several challenges. By overcoming … see full wiki

Author: K.M. Groshek
Publisher: Creatively Canny
4 reviews about Bug Meets his Friend
review by . April 06, 2011
Children's Book Review:
Wisconsin resident K. M. Groshek has created another charming book with “Bug Meets His Friend.” This is another book in the “Bug's Adventure Series” aimed at young readers ages 4-8. Like in the series as a whole, this book chronicles the continuing adventures of Bug, an energetic and adventurous Volkswagen.  This day he has narrowed down his choices for what to do. He is either going to go to the park to play on the playground or he is going to go over to a local …
review by . April 24, 2010
K.M. Groshek has a fine sense of illustration, able to make inanimate objects such as cars anthropomorphize with ease. She has begun a series of books titled 'Bug's Adventure Series' where Bug is a shiny yellow volkswagen-type car. In this particular book Groshek creates a fellow car friend for Bug and the two spend the day racing as snow accompanies them. It is a fun little ride and is coupled with an emphasis on making friends and, more importantly, nurturing friends. The poetry of the narration …
review by . April 21, 2010
Friendship and sharing playtime with friends is a critical part of being a child and then growing up into a well-adjusted and socially capable adult. This book is about one day in the life of the yellow car named Bug where he meets his friend Coop' and they have a fun time racing around a track. Like all good days spent playing, the sun and time move much too fast and soon they must go home for the evening.    Children have the natural tendencies to be selfish and to want contact with …
review by . April 18, 2010
Author K.M. Groshek continues her wonderful series of the adventures of Bug, a small yellow VW Beetle. In this little story she explores the advantages of having a good friend available to have fun with and truly enhance life and adventure. Bug begins his day wondering what to do. It is a nice day and he has the choice of a play ground or the track. Decisions, decisions, decisions! Suddenly along comes his best friend Cooper, another VW Beetle who has been "tricked out," in a nice comfortable sort …
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