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Zollman, Pam.
DON'T BUG ME!
New York : Holiday House, 2001.
IL 3-6, RL 4.5
ISBN 083415848
How do you feel about bugs?  Like them?  Hate them?  What if you had to catch 25 different bugs for your science project?  Thatís exactly what the 6th graders at DeMitri Intermediate have to do.  And Megan Hollander is worried.  With two weeks before her project is due she arrive home to find that her little brother, Alexander, has taken all the bugs she has collected, given them a funeral, and buried them.  Alexander is a 5-year-old, bug lover who doesnít understand what Megan is doing.  On top of that Charlie, one of the biggest jokers at school, likes her according to her best friend Belinda.  Can Megan get the two biggest pests in her life under control?  And collect the 25 bugs she needs for her science project?  Find out by reading Donít Bug Me! By Pam Zollman.  (Beth Lindsay, Senior Librarian, Youth Services, South County Regional Library blindsay@leegov.com,  Sunshine State list 2003-2004 Grades 3-5)
SUBJECTS:     Insects -- Fiction.
                        Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
                        Teasing -- Fiction.
                        Schools -- Fiction.
                        Friendship -- Fiction.

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