The Very Lazy Ladybug

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Tiger Tales, Mar 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Most ladybugs fly from place to place - but not the Very Lazy Ladybug! She would rather sleep all day and all night. But when she decides it's time to move to a more comfortable place, she has to find some way to travel. She tries to hitch a ride on a kangaroo, a tiger, a crocodile, and others, but none of them work well for her... until she hops onto an elephant's trunk. When the elephant sneezes, he inadvertently causes the Very Lazy Ladybug to fly at last! A board book quality pop-up on the last spread highlights the ending of this title.

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Cute book!

User Review  - my2babyboys - Borders

I bought this book for my son because it was one his class was going to be reading for that particular month and both my boys just absolutely love it, especially at the end where you lift the flap on the page and the ladybug goes flying in the air - they think its hilarious. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Finn was born in England and studied art in Paris. She has written several children's books.

Jack Tickle is the illustrator of several children's books, including "The Very Bouncy Bear," "The Very Clever Crocodile," and "The Very Happy Hen,

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