Fly Guy and the Frankenfly (Fly Guy #13) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-15 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 64 user ratings

" This easy reader version of Fly Guy has a nice mix of smaller and larger words and it is separated into minuscule chapters. This will make kids who are not quite at chapter book level feel like a big kid. " said.

" Buzz and Fly Guy enjoy some Frankenstein-related fun and it ends up inspiring Buzz's bizarre dreams. He goes to bed knowing that Fly Guy is creating something special for him and his brain turns the surprise into a Frankenfly. Luckily, things look quite a bit different in the light of day.A fun read for beginning readers during the Halloween season. Grades 1-3. " said.

" My seventh grade daughter and I still squeal and jump up and down when see a new Fly Guy book at the library. Tedd Arnold always does such an amazing job making his characters come to life with his expressive simple illustrations. Fly Guy books are perfect for early readers because they are fun and will make even the most reluctant reader excited to read and share again and again. " said.

" It looks like Buzz and Fly Guy are getting ready for Halloween (though it's never mentioned in the book).Very quick read. Buzz draws a picture of himself as Frankenstein's Monster and Fly Guy as a bat. Then he goes to bed, but Fly Guy is too busy to go to bed. He stays up all night working on something . . . Buzz thinks it's a monster! In the morning, he sees what Fly Guy made. " said.

" In this book Buzz has a nightmare that Fly guy turned into a monster and is out to get him! When he wakes up, he realizes that Fly Guy isn't a monster and he fell asleep making posters about their friendship.Buzz awakens to a sweet message of friendship that is nothing to be afraid of! This was a cute book but I don't personally like the "Fly guy" character. The story was somewhat scary with a sweet ending and it didn't seem to go well together. " said.

" Fly Guy was intent on his mysterious work as Buzz went to sleep. Then Buzz wakes up to find a Frankenfly in his room. Fly Guy created a monster! Or maybe it was all a dream?This is a fun series for any beginning reader.TpT Store | Pinterest " said.

" Buzz and his flying sidekick Fly Guy entertain themselves all day, but when it's time to sleep, Buzz has a nightmare about a much-larger-than-life fly created by his friend. Although what he dreamed really didn't happen, Fly Guy does have a sticky gift for him. This series has high appeal for beginning readers, especially males. It's hard not to like the two friends with their unusual friendship. I even liked the bedroom that Buzz has provided for Fly Guy. " said.

"Buzz and Fly Guy, his pet fly, are best friends. So one dark and stormy night, Buzz makes puzzles for both of them before bed. Buzz falls asleep before Fly Guy. Buzz dreams that Fly Guy is creating a monster, a Frankenfly! When Fly Guy turns on the power, Frankenfly heads towards Buzz. Fly Guy turns off the power and the giant fly drops onto Buzz. Finally, Buzz wakes up from his nightmare to find that Fly Guy had spent the night on his desk drawing a picture of the two of them.

A sure hit, as always. Great for humorous read-alouds.
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