The Grouchy Ladybug
It's the Grouchy Ladybug's 20th birthday. To celebrate, we are introducing a new, larger format edition with brighter, more colorful pages created from Eric Carle's original artwork using the latest reproduction technology. The Grouchy Ladybug is bigger and brigher, as irascible but irresistable... show more
It's the Grouchy Ladybug's 20th birthday. To celebrate, we are introducing a new, larger format edition with brighter, more colorful pages created from Eric Carle's original artwork using the latest reproduction technology. The Grouchy Ladybug is bigger and brigher, as irascible but irresistable as ever and will surely delight new generations of readers, as well as her devoted fans of all ages. Happy Birthday, Grouchy Ladybug!
Publish date: August 16th 1996
Pages no: 48
Edition language: English
, Picture Books
The Grouchy Ladybug is a beautiful story! It follows the day of a very grouchy ladybug that wants to fight with EVERYONE. I think that students will definitely relate to that feeling. The illustrations that accompany the text draws young readers in and sparks their interest. There are several pages ...
Title: The Grouchy LadybugAuthor: Eric Carle Genre: Animals / Bullying / Children's / Humor Year Published: 1977 Year Read: 2010Publisher: HarperCollins PublishersSource: LibraryContent Rating: Ages 4+ (Bullying) After I had read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” I really wanted to read mor...
The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle is a fun and interactive story about a ladybug who keeps trying to fight bigger animals until he gets to a whale that slaps him with his tale back to the original ladybug he was talking to. This is a great book to show growth and sequencing because the page gets big...
Eric Carle tells another valuable story with stunning illustrations in The Grouchy Ladybug. We are told the story of a grouchy ladybug that challenges creatures much larger in size. Kindergarteners and 2nd graders will be delighted with this book. This book would help teach size relations, as wel...
I love Eric Carle's books! I have seen this book used for retelling activities as well as writing prompts. Currently, the first grade class I am working with is using the book to work with transition words such as first, next, then, and last. They are retelling the story using those words. Most of C...