Barry B. Wary

Barry B Wary Barry B the spider likes eating bugs Crispy click beetles Mayflies in June A firefly souffl by the light of the moon But his buggy snacks mean that Barry B doesn t have too many friends So when he fal

  • Title: Barry B. Wary
  • Author: Leslie Muir Carrie Gifford
  • ISBN: 9781423127567
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Barry B the spider likes eating bugs Crispy click beetles Mayflies in June A firefly souffl by the light of the moon But his buggy snacks mean that Barry B doesn t have too many friends So when he falls for a beautiful butterfly passing by, Barry B is determined to prove his love to her Will he be able to change his bug eating ways to woo her Impeccable verse, uniBarry B the spider likes eating bugs Crispy click beetles Mayflies in June A firefly souffl by the light of the moon But his buggy snacks mean that Barry B doesn t have too many friends So when he falls for a beautiful butterfly passing by, Barry B is determined to prove his love to her Will he be able to change his bug eating ways to woo her Impeccable verse, unique and beautiful illustrations and a sly sense of humor will make this a hit with adults and children alike.

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    1. This is the delightful tale of a spider who fancies himself in love with a butterfly. He gives up eating insects in order to prove his devotion and lure her to him. The writing is lyrical and fun to read, and several of the lines are laugh-out-loud funny. The whimsical illustrations are the perfect complement to the text. Would make a wonderful read-aloud, though the ending may need a little explaining since it is very subtle.

    2. Mr. Spider falls in love with a Butterfly but how does he convince her that he won't eat her? Mr. Wary goes on a special diet to prove his love for his lady butterfly. The ending is a bitdifferent. I am curious to see how children respond to it.

    3. I was expecting another Miss Spider's Tea Party, so I was delighted by the ending. The connection between food and love rang solid and the illustrations are quirky and distinct. The rhyme should work in story time, so I'd love t know what the 3-5 year olds think of this one.

    4. Loved the ending! I always enjoy picture books when a character gets eaten in the end there something wrong with me?

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