March 01, 2013
8.7 X 10.5 X 0.6 inches | 0.95 pounds
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About the Author
J. Patrick Lewis is the 2011 winner of the NCTE Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children and is the current U.S. Children's Poet Laureate. He has written more than sixty books for children and adults, including If You Were a Chocolate Mustache, Spot the Plot: A Riddle Book of Book Riddles and Please Bury Me in the Library. In Spring 2013, he has two other picture books scheduled: Poemobiles: Imaginary Car Poems (co-written with Douglas Florian, Schwarz & Wade) and World Rat Day: Poems About Holidays You Have Never Heard Of (Candlewick). He lives in Westerville, Ohio. Frederic B. Siskind's photographs have appeared in Life, National Geographic Kids, Nature's Best, Natural History, Outdoor Photographer, and Birder's World; in children's books on lions, dragonflies, butterflies, caterpillars, fireflies, and amphibians; and in calendars published by Audubon, Teldon, and Shearson. He lives in McLean, Virginia. Kelly Murphy has illustrated numerous picture books and chapter books, including the New York Times best seller Masterpiece; Secrets at Sea; and the Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist book series. She teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design and lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
"Bugs get a close-up in this new book of poetry that shows off their thousands of eyes, bucktooth incisors, prickly exteriors and more. Frederic B. Siskind's wonderfully creepy full-color photographs and Kelly Murphy's cartoony black-and-white illustrations are abuzz with activity alongside J. Patrick Lewis's witty verses about insects and spiders. Some bugs are cleverly camouflaged, while others flaunt their colors, but they all have something worth celebrating, even the slimy-seeming Eastern Dobsonfly. . . " -- The Washington Post . . ."There will be many returns to the Face Bug Museum as this book has so much to offer. Wonderfully conceived and executed."--School Library Journal