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6 edition of Leo the lightning bug found in the catalog.

Leo the lightning bug

by Eric Drachman

  • 174 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Kidwick Books in [Los Angeles?] .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Fireflies -- Fiction.,
  • Self-confidence -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eric Drachman ; illustrated by James Muscarello.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsMuscarello, James, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.D78 Le 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3959975M
    ISBN 100970380909
    LC Control Number2001116806

    LEO THE LIGHTNING BUG by Eric Drachman Kidwick Books - ISBN: - Hardcover Children's Fiction Reviewed by Nancy Mehl, Buy a Copy. Leo has a problem. He is the littlest lightning bug of all - and his light doesn't work!   This book was illustrated by James Muscarello who has also done the illustrations for a few other Eric Drachman books. This 32 page hardcover book also includes an audio CD with the author reading the story and sound effects in the background. Kidwick Books published Leo the Lightning Bug in and recommends it for children 4 - 7 years old.

      Leo the Lightning Bug by Eric Drachman, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().   Join Leo the Lightning Bug in this interactive book app on an adventure to make his very own light! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration. With determination, motherly support, and a little luck, will Leo be able to light up the night? Explore the Story: ENCOURAGE literacy skills with highlighted narration - LEARN new vocabulary with /5(12).

      Leo the Lightning Bug is only lightly animated (mostly just the rain & lightning). It also doesn't have much interactivity, but you can tap Leo (and the other characters) to hear a name or a few other sounds. You can also tap words to hear them read individually. The narration is delightful, with a child voicing the part of Leo.   Join Leo the Lightning Bug in this interactive book app on an adventure to make his very own light! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own ing System: Ios


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Leo the lightning bug by Eric Drachman Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Leo the Lightning Bug" is a unique picture book in that the author (Eric Drachman), illustrator (James Muscarello), and graphic designer (Andrew Leman) all played an important and cooperative part in creating the look and content of the book/5(70). Leo the Lightning Bug, written by Eric Drachman and illustrated by James Muscarello, would make an excellent read aloud when talking about personal struggles, acceptance, and perseverance.

I really enjoyed reading this book, and any primary child will immediately be drawn to Muscarello's illustrations/5. Leo the Lightning Bug is magically written with exciting "page turning" scenes and an underlying message that warms the heart.

This book is a "must have" for every child's library collection!/5(78). Drachman tends to overwrite ("Like all people and bugs and fish and animals of every kind, Leo did not like to be laughed at"), but his fable makes an engaging companion for Robert Kraus's developmental tales, or Bernard Waber's classic about a bug with a related but opposite problem, A Firefly Named Torchy ()/5(9).

Leo the Lightning Bug Children will identify with Leo and grasp the importance of believing in themselves as they follow Leo’s adventure to make his very own light. The other lightning bugs tease him, but with determination, Leo the lightning bug book support, and a little luck, Leo eventually lights up in the night.

Leo was the littlest lightning bug that he knew. Not only was he little, he couldn't make a light like all the other lightning bugs. Then one day, after lots of practice, Leo find the secret to making light -- and learns something about himself and the value of self-confidence.

Description Join Leo the Lightning Bug in this interactive book app on an adventure to make his very own light. Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration. With determination, motherly support, and a little luck, will Leo be able to light up the night?5/5(2).

Leo the Lightning Bug is perhaps the cutest audio story I’ve heard in awhile, performed by several voice talents. A particularly adorable lightning bug is discouraged that he is the only one among his friends whose light won’t light up.

His mother gives him the age-old advice of “time and practice,” which little Leo takes to heart. Dance integration Activity: In the book Leo does a “KING-OF-THE-LIGHTENING-BUGS” dance. This activity would be helpful when teaching children to not give up. School and other things are hard for some children, and it is easy to “give up.” Leo didn’t give up, and eventually he was able to light.

Oceanhouse Media & brings you Leo the Lightning Bug. Join us on our website for our FULL review or GRAB it NOW: Click the play button above to view the slideshow. Share our audio slideshows with your readers. Ideal for libraries and bookstores features stories on your websites, in your e-newsletters and blogs.

Leo the Lightening Bug is an adorable story of perseverance. Little Leo is the “littlest” lightening bug of all his friends. When you look at the cover of the book, can you guess what Leo’s problem might be. You probably guessed it: Leo can’t make his light. All of his lightening bug friends are able to make their lights.

Leo is a little lightning bug who is teased by his friends because he has not yet learned to “light.” His mother is very encouraging and tells him that with practice, he will succeed. So, taking his mother’s advice, Leo goes off to a dark cave where he is determined to master his own light.

The book Leo the Lightning Bug is used to demonstrate to students that Leo struggled and learned how to overcome difficulties. The lesson can be used for friendship situations, dealing with feelings, etc.4/5(11). Leo the Lightning Bug by E Drachman - Duration: Nicholas Hoare Books Recommended for you.

The Very Lonely Firefly by Eric Carle Leo The Lightening Bug. Join Leo the Lightning Bug in this interactive book app on an adventure to make his very own light. Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and follow along with three fun ways to read.

With determination, motherly support, and a little luck, will Leo be able to light up the night. Explore Leo the Lightning Bug: ENCOURAGE literacy skills with highlighted narration - FOLLOW along with three /5(27). Leo the lightning bug. [Eric Drachman; James Muscarello] -- Although the other lightning bugs tease him, Leo is determined to make his own light, and with motherly support and a little luck, he eventually learns to light up the night, which leads to a Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

land found that when lightning bugs light up at random times, the likelihood of a female responding to a male in the deep, dark recesses of a mangrove forest is 3 percent. But when the light-ning bugs light up together, the likelihood of females respond-ing is 82 percent.2 That’s not File Size: KB.

Kidwick Books ( ) $ Leo, the littlest lightning bug, has a problem. “He started off with a little squeeze. no light. / Then a push. no light. / Then a big oomph. still no light!” Leo’s mother tells him to be patient. He just needs time and practice. Following her advice, he flies off to practice.5/5.

Leo is a lightning bug that won't give up This is a charming story about a little lightning bug who is having a hard time finding his light. He is very frustrated, like any child wanting to do something grown up. His mother encourages Leo to be patient and feel good about himself, but he still struggles.

Drachman tends to overwrite (“Like all people and bugs and fish and animals of every kind, Leo did not like to be laughed at”), but his fable makes an engaging companion for Robert Kraus’s developmental tales, or Bernard Waber’s classic about a bug with a related but opposite problem, A Firefly Named Torchy ().

Packaged with a. "Leo the Lightning Bug" is a book that has a touching message that applies to each and every one of us. It is one of those rare children's books that imparts a feeling of self worth and courage. It is sensitive, funny, sad, and exciting - without a single unengaged moment.

The illustrations are expressive and delightful.5/5(5). Book Summary: The title of this book is Leo the Lightning Bug and it was written by Eric Drachman, James Muscarello (Illustrator).

This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Kidwick Books and has a total of 32 pages in the :