Leo the Lightning Bug

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Kidwick Books LLC, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Although the other lightning bugs tease him, Leo is determined to make his own light, and with motherly support and a little luck, he eventually learns to light up the night, which leads to a new-found confidence and a good night's sleep.
 

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User Review  - paulina.chapa - LibraryThing

Awesome book to teach about bullying, believing in yourself and expression. The kids love this book because some can relate to it and the pictures are great! Read full review

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User Review  - SABC - LibraryThing

Leo was the littlest lightning bug that he knew. Not only was he little, he couldn't make a light like all the other lightning bugs. Then one day, after lots of practice, Leo finds the secret to making light--and learns something about himself and the value of self-confidence. Ages 4-7 Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Eric Drachman lives in Los Angeles.

James Muscarello lives in Lomita, CA. Leo the Lightning Bug is the first book for both.

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