Bug in a Rug

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Puffin Books, 2000 - Color - 14 pages
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Brimming with funny animals, toys, and tasty treats, Ants in Your Pants is a great way to teach children the numbers from one to ten. With the turn of a flap one enormous bear dives onto two comfy chairs; three bald pigs try on four poufy wigs; and five adventurous goats surf on six tiny boats. Children will want to hear the rhyming verse and look at the funny scenes again and again. In Bug in a Rug, children can turn the flaps to see gray towers turn into an explosion of yellow flowers; a black balloon becomes the nose on the big, white moon; a red plane flies high above a bright blue train. Learning numbers and colors has never been this much fun!

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About the author (2000)

Sue Heap is a rising illustrator in England. Her book Cowboy Baby (Candlewick) recently won the Smarties Prize. She lives in England.
Sue Heap is a rising illustrator in England. Her book Cowboy Baby (Candlewick) recently won the Smarties Prize. She lives in England.

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