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Grouchy Ladybug
Children's - Kindergarten, Age 5-6 
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ISBN 9780064434508
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Some days you just wake up crabby! This is the story of one very crabby bug and the way his friends’ kindness helped change his attitude. Full of great teaching points, this books begs readers to think deeply and ask questions; those opportunities turn a simple story into an enjoyable opportunity to learn an important life lesson from a ladybug!
Publisher Summary
A grouchy ladybug, looking for a fight, challenges everyone she meets regardless of their size or strength

From Eric Carle, New York Times bestselling author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and From Head to Toe, comes the classic story of one very grouchy ladybug. Eric Carle's bright artwork and signature style will charm both ardent fans and new readers alike.

As children follow the Grouchy Ladybug on her journey, they will learn the important concepts of time, size, and shape, as well as the benefits of friendship and good manners.

For generations, The Grouchy Ladybug has delighted readers of all ages with the story of a bad-tempered bug who won't say "please" or "thank you," won't share, and thinks she is bigger and better than anyone else. Readers will love how this testy ladybug introduces them to many new animals and learns that maybe being grouchy isn’t always the best option.
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