Snug House, Bug House

How do bugs build a house? They simply start with a small ball, then cut it, glue it, nail it, and screw it into a happy home. And Snug House, Bug House! is an equally happy story, told in a singsong rhythm with just two to four words on each page. Snug House, Bug House! will keep your child’s attention as she pores over the clever illustrations to see what bugs use to build a snug house, bug house!

Tie-in Activity: Read this story together the next time you and your child are playing in the yard or in a park. Then help your child create a “bug house” out of sticks, grass, and other natural material, or simply watch ladybugs, ants, and other insects with your baby.