In this story, Buster goes to B. Havior School. He meets his new teacher, Mrs. Beeswax, and learns an important lesson about why it's important to make friends and be friendly.
This wonderfully-crafted story is paired with playful examples that help children discover the world around them.
With a repertoire of comic expressions, Buster invites readers to join with him and his pals (which include a ladybug, a beatle and a caterpillar) as he goes to school for the first time. He meets his new teacher and learns about shapes. As he's somewhat jealous of the smart girl he dreams of being a solitary bee and eating honey all day. In the end, he decides he'd rather be just who he is and he goes off to play with his friends.
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This book is a must have for all little kids! The writing is exceptional and as fun to listen to the hundredth time as the first. Even after a year, my child still regularly asked to read this book and I was delighted to find it in audio. The audio comes to life as well as the printed book. Makes a great bedtime story!
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