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Fly Guy Meets Fly Girl! (Fly Guy #8) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-19 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 86 user ratings
ISBN:0545110297
LANGUAGE:English

" While technically this book is an "early reader" I'm keeping it in the picture book category.Another fun book in the Fly Guy series. You might think in the beginning it's going to ba girls are better than boys story, but it is a nice cozy story about frienship and how boys and girls can be friends, and that the flies are loyal to their humans.Cute book. " said.

" The "fly talk" featured in this book is quite hysterical to read aloud. The dream sequence when Fly Girl and Fly Guy imagine falling in love, marrying, and raising their brood in a cast-off tin can only to realise they'd miss their human friends too much to follow through with it--ending in "let's just be friends!--is completely charming (and a bit subversive.) This series is a hit with my kids (7 and 8) and this is my favorite of the bunch. " said.

"We picked this book up from K's school library.

I have to say I didn't enjoy this one as much as the others. I did find it to be cute that Fly Guy meets Fly Girl. At first I thought Buzz was the only person in the world to have a pet fly but, alas he is not. What got me was all the Fly talk. Wuzzle, Wazzle and what not. After a few pages of reading that I just wanted to hurry up and finish reading this one to K.
K seemed to enjoy the book but he has been enjoying reading about Fly Guy so this is right up his alley. Easy read, and good pictures that go with the story.
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"This book is about a boy named Buzz who has a pet named Fly Guy and a girl named Liz who has a pet named Fly Girl. They met in the park and the flies meet each other but decide they want to stay with their owners. It is a cute love story that does not end how one would think. The idea that it is a fairytale that uses bugs instead of people is always a cute twist. The illustrations in this book carry on the story line well. The confusing part about this book is that the title suggests that the two will stay together but in the end they go back to their owners. I liked this book but do not think I would recommend this to a lot of people.

The genre of this book is fiction. The format is a picture book. The reading level is lower elementary. I would use this in my class to show a different form of a love story and how it does not end like one would predict. I would read part of the story to the students and see what they think the ending is, then read it to them. The theme is love and loyalty. This book would be good for any gender, race or socioeconomic status. I liked how the book ended opposite of what one would think.

Arnold, T. (2010). Fly guy meets fly girl! New York, NY: Cartwheel Books.
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"This book is about a boy named Buzz who has a pet named Fly Guy and a girl named Liz who has a pet named Fly Girl. They met in the park and the flies meet each other but decide they want to stay with their owners. It is a cute love story that does not end how one would think. The idea that it is a fairytale that uses bugs instead of people is always a cute twist. The illustrations in this book carry on the story line well. The confusing part about this book is that the title suggests that the two will stay together but in the end they go back to their owners. I liked this book but do not think I would recommend this to a lot of people.

The genre of this book is fiction. The format is a picture book. The reading level is lower elementary. I would use this in my class to show a different form of a love story and how it does not end like one would predict. I would read part of the story to the students and see what they think the ending is, then read it to them. The theme is love and loyalty. This book would be good for any gender, race or socioeconomic status. I liked how the book ended opposite of what one would think.

Arnold, T. (2010). Fly guy meets fly girl! New York, NY: Cartwheel Books.
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" Christopher checked this book out from the library at school. Here are his thoughts:"I like this book because he meets a girl, and they're exactly the same. They both eat gross things (like a dead worm - yuck! - and squashed tomatoes)."It was a decent early chapter book. The illustrations were funny, and the text was simple. It just didn't stand out anything special to me.http://www.momsradius.com/2017/03/juv... " said.

" Fly guy is so much fun to read. My son loves it and the book is great for Kindergarten readers. There are a lot of books in the series and kids love reading about him. " said.

" My daughter is six and is able to read Fly Guy with no problem. She takes her time, uses the pictures in order to figure out the words. The story pulls her and and she reads the whole book in one sitting. Great read. " said.

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