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Buz (Trophy Picture Books) (edition 1999)

by Richard Egielski, Richard Egielski (Illustrator)

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Title:Buz (Trophy Picture Books)
Authors:Richard Egielski
Other authors:Richard Egielski (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (1999), Paperback, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:*****
Tags:K-3, Colors, Pictures, Sick, Medicine, Bugs

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My 6 year-old son really enjoyed this book. It's an entertaining book for younger kids, probably up to around second grade. ( )
  TaraStraight | Mar 5, 2014 |
This is a silly book on "catching a bug." Very colorful and silly, making it easy to laugh about being sick and having to take pills to get better. This book could possibly help when a child is hesitant to taking medication recommended by a doctor. This book is an example of writing in order, meaning: first, then, last. ( )
  bschaffer | Jan 25, 2014 |
One day Buz the bug got eaten along with some cornflakes. Buz found himself in a peculiar situation because he was in a child. The child went to the doctor and gave him some bills to get rid of the bug. Buz hid all over to hide from the pills until he finally escaped the boy’s body. When Buz returned home he went to the doctor and the doctor gave him pills because he caught a germ. ( )
  shanleegusman | Dec 2, 2013 |
Summary: The story Buz is about a little bug who was accidentally swallowed by a child. He battles mashing molars, blinding lights, and pill police who are trying to destroy him! Finally Buz escapes, only to find out that he’s caught a germ. This is a cute book that can help students with perspective taking. This story takes the perspective of a little bug—something that most children would not think twice about. The story also ends in a way that promotes making predictions about what might happen next. Making predictions is a great comprehension strategy.
This story could be used as a mentor text for teaching students about perspective taking. The students could pick an animal, or inanimate object, and try to write in this new perspective.
1 vote sakumoto | Nov 19, 2013 |
A boy eats a bug named buss. When the boy goes to the doctor he gets pills to find buzz and capture him. Buzz comes out of the boy’s body through his ear while in the bathtub. When Buzz goes home, he now has to take pills. I can teach about what happens when you get sick and also have the kids predict what will happen when Buzz takes the pills.
  Clv017 | Feb 3, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0064434796, Paperback)

When a young boy accidentally swallows poor Buz , a bug, along with his morning cereal, he's prescribed two pills to remedy the situation. Little does he know what is going on inside! In his award-winning signature style, Richard Egielski invents an ingenious behind-the-scenes adventure of two keystone cop-like pills in pursuit of a bug inside a human body. Buz eventually makes his escape, only to discover he has caught a bug of his own. On with the chase!

New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 1995
1998 Young Reader's Choice Award, Pennsylvania
An ABA Pick of the Lists

100 Titles for Reading and Sharing 1995 (NY Public Library)
1995 "Pick of the Lists" (ABA)
Children's Choices for 1996 (IRA/CBC)
Best Illustrated Children's Books of 1995 (NYT)
1995 Parent's Choice Silver Award for Picture Books
1998 PA Young Reader's Choice Award

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When a little boy swallows a bug along with his cereal, pandemonium breaks out as the bug searches for an escape, the boy searches for an antidote, and Keystone Cops-like pills search for the bug.

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