A group of excitable insects are inspired and astounded by the appearance of a growing flower in Du Iz Tak? Written entirely in the playful and amusing language of bugs, it isn’t necessary to speak fluent moth or ladybug to enjoy the growth and metamorphoses creatively combined through Carson Ellis’s delightful words and fanciful illustrations as the seasons subtly transform. Damselflies, ants, and a bespectacled pill bug mister and missus all rally together to build a bug-sized treehouse with some surprising results, and, as an added bonus, all the major players are ready to be perforated into finger puppets, adding to the pageantry of story time and wonder of nature as seen through the eyes of its tiniest inhabitants.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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