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Swat!: A Fly's Guide to Staying Alive

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In SWAT! just-hatched housefly Buzzter gets instructions from Professor Halfbottle on how to survive the dangers in life, like being eaten by various animals and plants or killed by humans. This cartoon book, packed with lots of information, is scientifically accurate ... and as it is about poo, flies and death, even boys will surely love to read it.


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In SWAT! just-hatched housefly Buzzter gets instructions from Professor Halfbottle on how to survive the dangers in life, like being eaten by various animals and plants or killed by humans. This cartoon book, packed with lots of information, is scientifically accurate ... and as it is about poo, flies and death, even boys will surely love to read it.

1 review for Swat!: A Fly's Guide to Staying Alive

  1. 4 out of 5

    Irene

    I received this book from Toppsta to review It took me a while to review this book because my 8 year old got to it first and I had to pry it out of his sleeping hands to get the chance to read it myself ... I HAD to find out what had him so engrossed and giggling away. Swat! by Mike Barfield is an educational story about Buzzter, a newly hatched fly, and Professor Hector Halfbottle teaching Buzzter about all the things that he has to avoid because basically everything out there will attempt to kil I received this book from Toppsta to review It took me a while to review this book because my 8 year old got to it first and I had to pry it out of his sleeping hands to get the chance to read it myself ... I HAD to find out what had him so engrossed and giggling away. Swat! by Mike Barfield is an educational story about Buzzter, a newly hatched fly, and Professor Hector Halfbottle teaching Buzzter about all the things that he has to avoid because basically everything out there will attempt to kill or eat him. The book is packed full of wonderfully bright and detailed drawings and information showing the dangers to flies. The Venus Flytrap page has been sponged into the 8yr olds brain as he has gleefully spouted the information to everyone he meets about the small plant we have on the windowsill. Jumping Spiders and Archerfish have also been inspiring (Muuuummm, can you find me a video of a spitting fish?). I would highly recommend this book for any budding young entomologist, and also to those who are teensy bit scared of spiders to show them what good things spiders can do. You should also check out his website for extra things like printable colouring pages and fly jokes

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