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Diary of a Fly

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A book by Doreen Cronin

PreSchool-Grade 3—A young fly documents many everyday situations in her diary, from fitting in on the first day of school to having trouble with the babysitter, in this book (HarperCollins, 2007) by Doreen Cronin. Fly has 327 brothers and sisters … see full wiki

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Author: Doreen Cronin
Genre: Children's Books
Publisher: HarperCollins
1 review about Diary of a Fly

Another winner!

  • Aug 21, 2007
My 6-year-old son has the first two books in this "series" ("Diary of a Worm" and "Diary of a Spider") and they have been among his favorites for quite a while. We can now add this to the list - it's not *quite* as fun as the others, but it certainly comes close!

Fly is friends with Worm and Spider, and as with the other books, all three are often seen together. Fly is learning how to "be a fly", with some ups and downs along the way (She isn't so thrilled with the idea of the food chain...). She also wants to be a superhero, though she is told that she is not cut out for the job. The illustrations are as superb as the other books, and there are several scientific facts that sneak in to the story. Keen observers will have fun picking out all the details in the artwork!

A must-read, and a welcome addition to any children's library!

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