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Biggety Bat: Hot Diggety, it's Biggety!

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[Scholastic Reader Level 1]

Biggety Bat is back--and on a search for his supper!

"Hot diggety!" said Biggety.
"Supper for sea turtle, but. . .
. . . what about me?"

Biggety Bat is hungry -- and looking for his supper. The swamp he explores is full of animals chowing down: frogs, cuckoo birds, sea turtles, and more.

But what will Biggety find to eat?

Author Ann Ingalls blends ly
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 26th 2014 by Scholastic Inc.
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Peyton Bell
Sep 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book is about Biggety the bat trying to find some friends to play with. He hears animals and goes to see who it is, feeling lonelier each time. He eventually comes across an animal under his bridge who asks him to play, so Biggety doesn't feel so lonely anymore.
I enjoyed this book. It is so cute! I like how he is looking for someone to play with and is feeling left out and alone, when he finally finds some friends.
I would want to use this book alongside the bat book I read. I would want m
Using repetitive text, the author introduces readers to Biggety Bat, a youngster searching for food and friendship. As he goes from spot to spot, he meets beetles and hummingbirds, and finally finds some playmates with some friendly raccoon kits. This easy-to-read title will encourage beginning readers to learn more about bats while practicing their reading skills. A Mexican free-tailed bat, Biggety Bat is adorable. Minimal back matter is included to help readers identify the animals mentioned i ...more
Jun 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
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As the sun sets, Biggety Bat leaves his nest in search of a friend. Along his journey, he meets snowy egrets, tortoises, beetles, mockingbirds, possums, and finally, raccoon kits. Aaron Zenz's illustrations are sweet and capture the emotions of Biggety. Ann Ingalls text is simple and repetitive, encouraging readers to guess each new animal that Biggety encounters. The book ends with two brief paragraphs that share information about the real-life Mexican free-tail bats that live under bridges in ...more
Sep 14, 2016 rated it did not like it
This was a cute book. I was considering it to read for the library's story time, until I read the part where the bat hears a splish splash and I turned the page to see tortoises by the water. One poor tortoise was halfway in the water. Tortoises are land based and cannot swim!
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Very cute, teaching rhythm and rhyme. Just read this with son. A fun book.
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