Meet the ‘Life’s Little Bugs’ gang and read what each little bug represents and which little life lesson we can learn from each of them.
‘To stop the spread of a cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and bin your tissue please!’
Colds and coughs aren’t much fun, but Flu Bug thinks it’s all in a day’s work to share himself around! Find out why the pigs don’t want to cough and the birds don’t want to wheeze. Read his story and find out how we can make life a little more difficult for him by following a few simple rules.
‘Before a meal and after using the loo, remember to wash your hands too!’
With his swirling tummy of green and yellow, Tummy Bug is a rather unhygienic fellow. Read how Jeff the cat and Mrs Beamer keep him away and learn how you can prevent those nasty illnesses by reading where Tummy Bug lives and then put into practice doing the things he doesn’t!
‘Respect of others and their things is free and it makes it a happier place to be’
Doodle Bug is obsessed with drawing on… everything! Always ready with a spare paint brush in his hat read how he upsets others through his disrespect of their things and how a little thoughtfulness gives a happy ending!
Litter Bug and Fly
‘Don’t throw Litter anymore! Put it in the bin, not on the floor!’
Litter Bug is a silly bug that thinks it is fun to drop litter with his sidekick ‘Fly’ always close by. Read how PC Blue changes Litter Bug’s messy ways by making him understand the harm he is causing to the environment and how he can help it instead.
‘Have a life that is healthy and fit and that’s the best way to really enjoy it!’
Fitness Bug loves nothing more than a healthy meal and a few star jumps to liven himself up. Join him in his story and read how he helps others like ‘Stan the frog’ who is too much of a ‘lump to jump’. Read how he helps change their sluggish ways for a more fun and happier lifestyle!
‘‘If you think you can, you will see… you will be the best you can be!’
Hum Bug is that miserable little bug who always says ‘I can’t!’ Enjoy reading how positive thinking helps Hum Bug to think ‘I can!’ and what a positive change it makes to his life and those around him.
‘Care for your teeth everyday to keep Gum Bug and his plaque attack away!’
Gum Bug tells us how he likes to damage our teeth and gums and what we do to help him have a ‘plaque attack!’ But we can prevent this from happening by learning and getting into the habit of following the simple oral care rules in this book.