The Amazing Adventures of Bumblebee Boy When Sam turns into Bumblebee Boy to defeat pirates fight dragons and tame saber tooth lions he doesn t need his little brother Owen butting in and ruining his adventures Bumblebee Boy flies alon

  • Title: The Amazing Adventures of Bumblebee Boy
  • Author: David Soman Jacky Davis
  • ISBN: 9780803734180
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Sam turns into Bumblebee Boy to defeat pirates, fight dragons, and tame saber tooth lions, he doesn t need his little brother, Owen, butting in and ruining his adventures Bumblebee Boy flies alone But what happens when Bumblebee Boy comes face to face with scary aliens than even he can imagine Owen is there, garbed in goggles and a towel cape, and he just mighWhen Sam turns into Bumblebee Boy to defeat pirates, fight dragons, and tame saber tooth lions, he doesn t need his little brother, Owen, butting in and ruining his adventures Bumblebee Boy flies alone But what happens when Bumblebee Boy comes face to face with scary aliens than even he can imagine Owen is there, garbed in goggles and a towel cape, and he just might be the perfect alien fighting sidekick.For all young superhero fans with big imaginations and curious siblings, here s a hilarious and sweet new adventure from the creative team who knows exactly how kids think.

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    About “David Soman Jacky Davis

    1. David Soman Jacky Davis says:

      David Soman and Jacky Davis are a husband and wife creative team They write the New York Times bestselling Ladybug Girl books together and Mr Soman illustrates The books are inspired by their own children and family experiences Jacky Davis has worked in publishing as well as in television David Soman teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City They live with their children in upstate New York.



    2 thoughts on “The Amazing Adventures of Bumblebee Boy

    1. After my kids enjoyed Awesome Man so much, I thought they'd probably like this, too. I think most of them actually liked it better. It's a cute story and the imaginary aspects were a little bit more clear which I think is why some of the kids enjoyed this one more. There's a bit of a message about including people but it's not really heavy-handed or overt--most of the book is devoted to Bumblebee Boy's adventures. The story is easy for the young'uns to understand and they enjoyed the pictures. I [...]

    2. I want to own this book. The story is so sweet about a little boy and his younger brother Owen and how Owen always wants to play with him but Sam (Bumblebee Boy) wants to play alone. Maybe it touched me because my 3 year old can recite it by heart outloud and read the story to me almost word for word, or maybe because I have two little boys, either way, this one is a keeper. I have read it too many times to count and can still read it with gusto. That's a sign of a cute, good book!

    3. I personally have been underwhelmed by the "Ladybug Girl" books. I actually may like this slightly better. The artwork crackles with action, boys will like imagining things along with Sam, and there's a "playing together with your sibling can be fun!" lesson built in for those who crave such things.

    4. My kids and I love reading this book together! It is a fun story of an imaginative boy who does not want to play with his little brother, but then learns to get a long and play together. Cute illustrations, sweet story.

    5. Nice story of using your imagination as well as the joys and frustrations of playing with a younger sibling.

    6. We've read a bunch of the books in the Ladybug Girl series by David Soman and Jacky Davis. So when I saw this book, I thought it would be a continuation of the series, since Bumblebee Boy is featured in a couple of the stories. Now that we've read the book, I suppose it is more of a beginning of a new series branching off from the original books. It appears to me that it's designed to appeal more to the boy demographic. And as we read the story, I realized that these tales are really for a much [...]

    7. I was wondering when Bumblebee Boy would get his own adventures and here it is. Finally he's off on adventures of his own. Even though Owen( his younger brother wants to play with him all the time and it drives him crazy) Bumble bee Boy is busy fighting Aliens and flying off into space. This is a great story for boys that they can really relate to, especially if they FO have little siblings that are always "bugging" them to play along. Written by the same team that brought us Ladybug Girl, it's [...]

    8. Hurrah for Bumblebee Boy, who finally gets his own book! It's exciting to be a Bumblebee Boy who flies alone while fighting evil pirates and fire dragons. But it's tough being a superhero when little brother Owen wants to play, too, and interrupts the fun in his attempt to be a "soup hero" like his big brother. Bumblebee Boy's biggest challenge may be learning when to fly solo and when to welcome a sidekick.

    9. Bum Ba Bum BUM! Bumblebee Boy wants to fly alone, but his little brother wants to play too. We happened upon this book at the library and my two boys (4y and 18m) love this book. Great illustrations and great story to promote imagination. My 4 year old was reading it to himself almost word for word the other day, and another day we played bank robber monsters together with some matchbox cars.

    10. Bumblebee Boy fights all sorts of monsters and aliens and robbers. Each time he's about to bring them to justice his little brother shows up and wants to play, too. A good book to help encourage older siblings to play with their younger brothers and sisters while still having fun.Good for preschool storytimes.

    11. I picked up this book to read because my cousin wanted to be a moth for Halloween and since we were having a hard time finding moth wings I picked up some Bee wings (which he LOVES) and thought he might enjoy this book. He wasn't interested in it at all because Bumblebee Boy doesn't wear wings he wears a cape. My favorite part of the story is Bumblebee boy's younger "Soup hero" boy, Owen.

    12. Ladybug Girl's friend Bumblebee Boy stars in his own book. He prefers to adventure solountil his little brother is needed as his cohort. This will make sense to children with siblings who constantly want to be part of their playtime adventures!

    13. Slightly more text than I usually choose for a story time, but a fun read. Lots of alliteration makes this one a fun book to listen to, but also requires extra practice to get the words right without stumbling.

    14. Cute story about a boy who learns that playing with your younger brother is more fun than playing alone! Loved the creative play and stunning imagination of bumblebee boyd his tender heart for his little brother. Great sibling story!

    15. Maybe it's because I'm the mother of three boys, I don't knowbut I loved this book! A story of sharing & brothers. Highly recommend & I think the boys in my house liked this even better than the Awesome Man book. We may have to buy this one because the library won't let us keep it forever!

    16. A relatable story for older siblings and their younger ones too. Bumblebee Boy doesn't think he needs a sidekick yet his younger brother continues to show up on his adventures. This book is a good read for siblings about playing together and sharing their time as well as toys.

    17. I loved this book and chose to use it as my book I brought to share with class. The pictures are very involved when "Bumble Bee Boy" is taking place. When his little brother interrupts him, the pictures are plain and normal, and I loved that. We chose this book to be nominated for our class reward.

    18. Bumblebee Boy's little brother seems really authentic, so I'm interested to see what my students with siblings think.

    19. Malcolm says, "I love superheroes, I love robbers, I love pirates, I love aliens, I love bumblebees, I love the moonI think that's all."

    20. Story alternates between Bumblebee Boy's imagination and his real life toys and younger brother. Nice lesson about needing both together time and alone time at home.

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