The book is about a boy named Buzz who has a pet fly, Fly Guy.
Buzz decides to host a family reunion for Fly guy meets fly girl costume pet. He puts up signs around town, and soon the guests begin to arrive.
Once they are assured there are no fly swatters, the flies come in to Buzz's house and wait to surprise Fly Guy. Not only is Fly Guy surprised, but Buzz is amazed at how many relatives flies have, and his parents are a little concerned about how to deal with the swarm of guests. Buzz has arranged for a garbage truck to cater the event, and soon the flies are reveling in the tasty garbage.
Fly Guy's parents even bring his baby pictures. After the party, Buzz cleans up and gives Fly Guy frames for some of the drawings of his family.
I can see why my students mention that this series was an enormous hit in their elementary schools. Buzz and Fly Guy seem to enjoy each other's company, and the two are thoughtful with each other's feelings. The plot is preposterous enough to be funny, but also somewhat realistic.
What fly wouldn't miss his thousands of relatives if her were a house pet? The pictures are vibrant and goofy, with fly guy's big eyes and enormous grin mirrored by Buzz and his family's Captain Crunch eyes which go over their hair the way that Crunch's are somehow placed on his hat.
A lot of emotion is conveyed by very simple lines, and the quality of the illustrations is much higher than on many early reader books. Because this is an ongoing series, there is ample opportunity for character development.
I can see fans of Arnie the Doughnut or Pete the Cat being very happy to get these books as gifts, because this strikes me as the kind of series that children want to collect, starting with Hi!
Fly Guy I've had a lot of struggling readers this year; Fly Guy would go over well with them, but I think the next too are strictly elementary. Picky Reader was 4 when the tend startedand although she got very into Malcolm's The Jewel Kingdom 1 series, there is only one picture of her in a princess costume!
They are learning magic and hope to get their fairy wings from the Fairy Queen by doing a brave, kind deed. When they go to play in the fairy garden, they realize that it is not doing well.
They try several strategies to repair it, but nothing works. It is important that the garden be restored, because there is a lost baby deer who needs to eat the magic clover in order to find his way home. Eventually, Ruby figures out the problem, the garden comes back to life, the deer returns home, and Ruby is rewarded with her wings.
This level one reader is has simple vocabulary words sparkle and blocking being the most difficult onesand has sentences on each page.
Most of the space is taken up with pictures that support the text. This makes the book just challenging enough for readers but keeps the pages turning quickly.
The story is engaging, and the problem is simple and easily fixed. The fairies all work together and are supportive of Ruby when she is the one to identify and fix the problem.
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Fly Guy has met his match, and her name is Fly Girl. Fly Guy is totally impressed, and totally smitten. Will Fly Guy and Fly Girl get married and leave Buzz without his dear 5/5(3). the boy catches the fly, he is amazed to find out that the fly calls him by his name—Buzz!
Buzz’s parents think the fly is a pest, not a pet. How-ever, the fly soon proves how smart he is with some quick flying—and earns the name Fly Guy.
At the Amazing Pet Show, the judges tell Buzz, once again, that flies are pests, not pets. Real Estate Auction: DCAS holds real estate public auctions to sell surplus City-owned real estate. For more information, please click the link below.
Fly Guy is always in search of fun and adventure – this time the adventure is making new friends by vizzziting you! The wearer of the Fly Guy costume should be 5′ 6″ to 5′ 8″ and be of average build.
Fly Guy Set of 11 Books: Hi Fly Guy, Shoo Fly Guy, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Fly Guy, Fly High, Super Fly Guy, Fly Guy vs The Flyswatter, Ride Fly Guy Ride, Hooray for Fly Guy, and Fly Guy Meets Fly Girl, Buzz Boy and Fly Guy, I Spy Fly Guy.