It Fell from the Sky
Have you ever wondered what bugs do when we happen to drop our items into the grass? Well, this is the book for you! Bugs are small, simple creatures, with simple brains, so of course, they would be curious to know about the objects we lose in the grass and would never know what they are used for. This story had a good idea behind it but quickly became predictable when the spider started selling tickets to the unknown item from the human world. This book was a very good example of supply and demand. People or insects are willing to pay to see something that interests them, even if the price goes up and up, but they just kept paying with more leaves as currency. My least favorite part about the book is the black and white illustrations. while the treasure the insects is in color to show how special they thought it was, I just don’t like the rest of the book not having any color. Overall, this book was enjoyable to read but might be best for younger children who like repetition in a book.
|Page Count||56 pages|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
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