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Trouble in Bugland

William Kotzwinkle


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A (Second) Collection of Inspector Mantis Mysteries The Case of the Caterpillar’s Head,” and three other antennae-bending mysteries puzzling the populace of Victorian Bugland. Criminal detection, combined entomology, makes this, in the words of The Horn Book, “the most engaging and cleverest reincarnation of.

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Fiction Book 4 Paired with Non-fiction book Butterfly, Flea, Beetle, and Bee I paired these books together because after reading Springtime in Bugland you can read the information in the non-fiction book Butterfly, Flea, Beetle, and Bee to learn facts about insects.

You can read about specific insects or learn general information about all insects/5. First Printing of "Trouble in Bugland" and Other Fantasy Children's Books. Item Details. Title and Author/Editor: Trouble in Bugland, The Brave Toaster Goes to Mars, The Indian in the Cupboard, The Time Warp Trio, The Tale of Dan De Lion, Spider Jane, The Mushroom Center Disaster.

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Review by Walter Albert () in Fantasy Review, May Author: William Kotzwinkle. William Kotzwinkle is an American novelist, children's writer, and was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, has won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel for Doctor Rat inand has also won the National Magazine Award for fiction.

Kotzwinkle wrote the novelization of the screenplay for E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. He has been married to author Elizabeth Gundy since Born: Novem (age 75), Scranton. Trouble at the Yard Sale William Kotzwinkle, Author, Glenn Murray, Author, Audrey Colman, Illustrator Dutton $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author.

Reviews applaud ‘Bugland’ series all ages,” said a review in the Philadelphia Inquirer of “Trouble in Bugland. when he read the first book and he found the idea of using bugs for.