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Super Fly Guy (Scholastic Reader, Level 2) (edition 2009)
by Tedd Arnold (Author)
Scholastic Reader Level 2: Super Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold
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This book is about a fly who goes to school with his owner. At first the fly received some negative reactions from the principal for his presence and even got the lunch lady fired, but he later makes up for it. This book is targeted towards primary grade students who are being introduced to chapter books. ( )
This book is recommended for primary students. Super fly guy is another installment in the series and sees fly guy at the school's lunch room with Rozz. In my future classroom this could be used as a resource for explaining consequence and action in stories.
This book would be suitable for students in primary school because it features not a lot of text as an early reader chapter book, and has cartoon pictures to help explain the story. In the book, Buzz takes Fly Guy to school and Fly Guy helps get the lunch lady back after she is fired for feeding him in the lunch room. This book would be good for a read aloud and for students who are looking for a humorous chapter book.
This Fly Guy book tells the story of Buzz and Fly Guy as they go to school and help save the lunch ladies job when she is caught with a fly in her kitchen. This is a great introduction to chapter books and makes a good first chapter book. This is appropriate for any child that is ready to transition out of picture books and start reading more complex text. First and second graders would enjoy this series. This is not a read aloud book as it has not educational advantage besides building reading skills.
Super Fly Guy is a silly story that would be great for primary aged readers in first or second grade. This story is about a fly who comes to school with his owner Buzz and has many adventures making a mess in the school kitchen and making new friends. This early chapter book would be very engaging for any younger reader as the plot is about making a mess and being silly but it would be really good for early readers who may be reluctant to read chapter books or are having a little bit of difficulty with them. This book is pretty short as it is only 30 pages but it has definite sections and dialogue that may be a challenge for some early readers which is why this would be a great resource for student engagement within literature.
Fly Guy visits the school cafeteria and gets the lunch lady fired.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.6Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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