I, Fly

About the Author: Bridget Heos

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the I, Fly book, this is one of the most wanted Bridget Heos author readers around the world.


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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • I, Fly
  • Bridget Heos
  • 07 June 2017
  • 0805094695

I, Fly Fly is fed up with everyone studying butterflies Flies are so much cooler They flap their wings 200 times a second, compared to a butterfly s measly five to twelve times Their babies maggots are much cuter than caterpillars obviously And when they eat solid food, they even throw up on it to turn it into a liquid Who wouldn t want to study an insect like that In an unforgettably fun, fact filled presentation, this lovable and highly partisan narrator promotes his species to a sometimes engrossed, sometimes grossed out, class of kids. New Read I, Fly By Bridget Heos For Kindle ePUB or eBook – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “I, Fly

  1. Anna Smith says:

    Story Summary This little fly flies into a classroom only to discover the students are learning about butterflies He gets so upset that he begins to tell these kids all about flies and why they are better than the plain old butterfly Eventually the kids decide why not and capture him to learnbut he doesn t like that so much So he asked to be released but sti...

  2. Jessica Gappy says:

    My 5 year old enjoyed this book It was fun and informative, and a little gross

  3. Beverly says:

    Cute, funny informative for young students.

  4. Holly says:

    Funny, creative way to learn about flies

  5. Robin Raines-Bond says:

    Gross So gross, but also funny with great non fiction information about flies.

  6. Nicole Cook says:

    Why Flies are Actually Beneficial The author s purpose in this book is to explain what flies do in our world that goes unnoticed but it important and critical to us for our survival It gives in depth descriptions of how flies go about their daily lives and what they do and how they grow and develop This book is great for children in the lower elementary ages such as first or second grade I think something that makes this book so special is its comparison to a beautiful butterfly and why ho Why Flies are Actually Beneficial The author s purpose in this book is to explain what flies do in our world that goes unnoticed but it important and critical to us for our survival It gives in depth descriptions of how flies go about their daily lives and what they do and how they grow and develop This book is great for children in the lower elementary ages such as first or second grade I think something that makes this book so special is its comparison to a beautiful butterfly and why how flies are just as good, if not better, than butterflies The fly s voice is heard throughout this entire book and its reasoning on why they are so great and turns everything that sounds negative about them into a positive by statin...

  7. Kelly says:

    I, Fly The Buzz About Flies and How Awesome They Are, written by Bridget Heos and illustrated by Jennifer Plecas, is a nominee for the 2017 18 South Carolina Children s Book Award.A fly buzzes into an elementary school classroom and sees that a class is studying butterflies Butterflies What s so great about them Flies are far superior to butterflies, and this little housefly is going to tell these students exactly why.Sure, flies spread diseases and are known for being kind of nasty, but th I, Fly The Buzz About Flies and How Awesome They Are, written by Bridget Heos and illustrated by Jennifer Plecas, is a nominee for the 2017 18 South Carolina Children s Book Award.A fly buzzes into an elementary school classroom and sees that a class is studying butterflies Butterflies What s so great about them Flies are far superior to butterflies, and this little housefly is going to tell these students exactly why.Sure, flies spread diseases and are known for being kind of nasty, but there s so muchto these insects They go through metamorphosis just like those overrated butterflies , they get around on two wings instead of four, and their wings make cool bu...

  8. Arden Clark says:

    This is a fantastic informational text It provides information about a fly in a charming and humorous way The text is guided reading level M so it would be best in a second or third grade classroom I do think if read out loud first grade students c...

  9. Nancy says:

    Why haven t I seen this one before Bridget Heos has a great time introducing common houseflies to her readers perhaps too much fun This is a wonderful, light hearted, informative look at one of our most common insects Heos adds the right mix of science to...

  10. Erica Gronowski says:

    This book points out everything that is awesome about flies and why they are important Comparing them to other insects and showing readers why we have them and what they are good for.3 because this offers information on something that everyone can rel...