#Review “Do Bugs Wear Shoes? And Other Silly Questions (Kids Fact Book)” by Addie Broussard, Anthony Puttee

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5/5 Stars!

You don’t have to have an interest in entomology—or even like bugs—to get a big kick out of Do Bugs Wear Shoes?

Quality, color photographs and concise, easy to understand text will make this book a hit with the whole family.

The silly questions contained in Do Bugs Wear Shoes? not only inform and educate but can lead to more interest and discussion on the insect world and beyond.

I live in Arizona where finding scorpions in the sink or tub is not a rare occurrence and I learned quite a bit from this book. (Although I’m sure I’ll still freak out whenever I see one!)

I reviewed a kindle copy of Do Bugs Wear Shoes? and while the recommended age is 6 and up, my four-year-old grandnephew is getting a print copy for Christmas. It’s never too early for children to learn and being more informed and aware could only help assuage some of the fear of bugs we all grow up with.

I just hope he doesn’t ask me to read it to him! (And I’m not putting crickets in my smoothie!) HA!



A colorful, fun-filled book packed with answers to all your silliest bug questions! Bug cover
Learn what happens when a bug goes to space, to school, and to the gym. Find out if bugs have feelings like people do. Discover robot bugs, dancing bugs, bugs that poop and so much more!
Filled with illustrations, photographs and interactive videos, Do Bugs Wear Shoes will have kids laughing and learning as they discover awe-inspiring facts about the insect world. This beautifully designed book is organized into colorful two-page spreads that each focus on a different question, making it easy and fun to read for children and big kids alike.

BOOK EXTRAS include videos and printable worksheets for extended learning. Great for educators and at-home learning.



Purchase Links:

Amazon UK    |     Amazon US

Kindle Unlimited



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2 thoughts on “#Review “Do Bugs Wear Shoes? And Other Silly Questions (Kids Fact Book)” by Addie Broussard, Anthony Puttee

  1. sshhh…don’t tell…but we don’t put crickets in our smoothies either! Thanks for sharing your review of the book. Hope your grandnephew has a blast reading it.

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