Welcome to the online book tour of The Beedog.
The new children’s book from author Addie Broussard, introduces young readers to an intriguing little insect that will capture their imagination while peaking their interest about science discovery.
The Beedog Tour Dates Click below a tour stop below each day to find out more about The Beedog!
June 21st Bookworm for Kids
June 22nd Take Them Outside
June 23rd Girl Who Reads
June 24th Louisiana Book News
June 25th Mrs. Mommy Booknerd’s
June 26th LitPick Student Book Reviews
June 27th Two Umbrellas
June 28th Babies to Bookworms
Praise for The Beedog!
“The Beedog is especially recommended for young bug lovers.” – Donna Gielow McFarland for Readers’ Favorite
“The story is wonderful! I love how the story included some trial and error in their research since that is definitely something that we all deal with. What a fantastic story to show kids how they can drive their own learning! In addition to being passionate about getting kids excited about STEM, I also love encouraging them to learn on their own.” – Vicki Wilkinson, Babies to Bookworms
“The author, Addie Broussard, has written a delightful story which is not only entertaining in itself, but also informative about certain types of insects and their habitats. Add to that the activity pages at the end which give the young reader lots of information in a fun way, and this book would make an ideal addition to any classroom for young learners.” – Jane Finch for Readers’ Favorite
About the bookNeighbors and schoolmates Cora and Manny travel to Carvalho Beach in Portugal for an exciting vacation. Little do they know that they’re in for a day of discovery and surprises.
While building a unique sandcastle, Cora and Manny spot a rather curious little insect. Will they be able to figure out what it is and why it’s digging so furiously in the sand?
An adventure awaits little ones in this science discovery picture book for children aged 4-8. The Beedog is perfect for STEM education and home-school projects or just curious little ones who love bugs.