A young fly discovers, day by day, that there is a lot to learn about being an insect, including the dangers of flypaper and that heroes come in all shapes and sizes.
This book is clever enough to appeal to parents. It’s also silly and fun enough to appeal to preschoolers on up. Finally, it’s chock full of interesting facts, making it really educational too, for all you insect lovers out there. It’s a great addition to a preschool unit on bugs, or just a silly addition to your bookshelf!
Harry Bliss is a cartoonist and cover artist for The New Yorker. He has illustrated many picture books, including the #1 New York Times best-selling series by Doreen Cronin that began with Diary of a Worm, and he has both written and illustrated several picture books, including Grace for Gus and Luke on the Loose. Harry Bliss lives in New Hampshire.