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Fly Guy vs. The Flyswatter! by Tedd Arnold
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Fly Guy vs. The Flyswatter! (edition 2011)

by Tedd Arnold (Author)

Series: Fly Guy (10)

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Fly Guy unintentionally joins Buzz at school, and then goes with his class on a field trip to a fly swatter factory.
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Title:Fly Guy vs. The Flyswatter!
Authors:Tedd Arnold (Author)
Info:Cartwheel Books (2011), 32 pages
Collections:2.0 - 2.9, Your library
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This fun easy reader sees Fly guy and Buzz go on a school trip. Not a trip I would like to take, because chaos ensues. A fun read for any age. ( )
  LibrarianRyan | Jun 17, 2019 |
This series is just fun - good illustrations, funny, and at the right level for beginning readers.

420L ( )
  JoanAxthelm | Aug 4, 2017 |
Elementary
  SteppLibrary | Mar 21, 2017 |
I liked this book for one main reason! The story pushes readers to think about tough issues. Riding buses, going to school, experiencing field trips, and losing pets are all tough issues for preschoolers and young readers. Buzz boy goes to school, rides the bus, goes on a field trip and comes close to losing his pet, Fly guy. As a reader reads about these events and tough issues in the story they can learn how to handle and deal with them and realize that they too can tackle them just like Buzz boy did! The big idea of the story was to always look out for your friends. Buzz boy always had Fly guys back, even when it meant acting out at the factory to save him. ( )
  kmcpha3 | Apr 7, 2015 |
Gr K-2, Fly Guy finds himself at Buzz’s school, and they’re going on a field trip! But what happens when the field trip is to the flyswatter factory?! It sure seems like “bad newzz!!” Will Fly Guy make it out alive? Tedd Arnold’s Fly Guy is a hit for young beginning readers. The flashy colored covers are just the beginning of the attraction. Arnold’s play with words are humorous such as Fly Guy, flying out of Buzz’s backpack and saying “Surprizze!”. The colored illustrations on each page aid in the telling of the story, especially important for those early readers. It is also broken up into chapters, which help create a feeling of accomplishment with every chapter read. While the story may not have a whole lot of substance, it is just a fun, humorous read for young readers to engage with. ( )
  foresterk | Dec 7, 2014 |
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