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I Like Bugs

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Black Bugs. Green Bugs. Fat Bugs. Buggy Bugs., I like Bugs!, , A rhyming ode to insects, penned by none other then Margaret Wise Brown. This poem was originally published in The Friendly Book., , Mile 1 books entice brand-new readers with rhyme, rhythm, and repetition. The type is big, the words are easy, and the art is bright and bold.
In brief rhyming text, lists all the types of insects the narrator likes.
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Black Bugs. Green Bugs. Fat Bugs. Buggy Bugs., I like Bugs!, , A rhyming ode to insects, penned by none other then Margaret Wise Brown. This poem was originally published in The Friendly Book., , Mile 1 books entice brand-new readers with rhyme, rhythm, and repetition. The type is big, the words are easy, and the art is bright and bold.
In brief rhyming text, lists all the types of insects the narrator likes.
Product Details
Paperback (32 pages)
Published: June 15, 1999
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780307261076
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