In a lively collection of bug-centered poems, a grasshopper who's downright tacky chews weeds and spits "tobacky," while a dumb pair of beetles sets out to float across the sea in a tennis-shoe boat, and more.
Presents a collection of short poems about bugs, including a grasshopper who is downright tacky, a dumb pair of beetles that sets out to float across the sea in a tennis-shoe boat, and a fly that is not as dead as it looks.
poems about creeping things
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