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Publishers Weekly, 2002-12-02 Shaped like a heart, David A. Carter's Love Bugs Mini Edition is a handsize version of the 1995 original, just right for presenting as a Valentine for all ages. Pop-ups of googly-eyed creatures (e.g., Cupid Bugs, Kissing Bugs and topped off with "a dozen Rosebugs") take center stage. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
Publishers Weekly, 1994-12-12 In sync with Valentine's Day's time-honored ``hearts and flowers'' motif, the creator of Jingle Bugs and Alpha Bugs fills this heart-shaped confection with sublimely silly Love Bugs, Rosebugs and similar species-all that's missing are lacy edges. And instead of the pull-tabs and flaps of Carter's earlier books, here all is intricately giddy, pop-up paper-engineering supporting a gaggle of multi-antennaed creatures (bug-eyed, of course) in appropriate reds and pinks. The opening spread, for example, swarms with fleecy clouds, against which is posed a bevy of pink-winged (and apparently unclothed) Cupid Bugs, ``shooting arrows through the air.'' The Kissing Bug suitably leaves a trail of lipstick kisses, while the eponymous insect itself is puckered up and ready for action. Who could resist such amorous antics? Ages 8-up. (Feb.)
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