Chug The Bug: Chug Makes New Friends By Robert B. Hill and Brent Angie

mza_367884220627570142_320x480-75By Robert B. Hill and Brent Angie

Illustrated by Erin Koehler

28 Pages – Ages 4+

Published by Kid’s Play Books, LLC on July 25, 2012

*3D book app reviewed

Chug the Bug wondered what type of bug he was. He is furry, had lots of legs, and could roll into a ball. On the first day of mza_9093685666183686430_320x480-75school, Chug walks along and meets lots of bugs also walking to school. Chug hopes to make friends. The other bugs know what type of bug they are. Will Chug ever get to know what he is?

mza_6722643151630078941_320x480-75I reviewed the 3D book app version of this story. I wasn’t sure what 3D meant until I got the book. WOW! The illustrations are cool and they are 3D! The story is cute with really nice rhyme. I think pre-school kids will love the story and older kids will love the graphics. I like the noises accompanying the pages. You can tap different interactive things on each page.  The interactive objects are very cool. The graphics are just awesome. I think kids 4+ would enjoy this app!

I give “Chug the Bug”  5 out of 5 bookworms!fivebooks

Chug The Bug: Chug Makes Friends is available as an ebook at AMAZON or iTunes. The interactive app (what I reviewed) is available at iTunes or the Mac APP store.

To learn more about Chug the Bug, please visit the official website (there are also some games and activities on the site)  HERE.

The trailer shows how cute the illustrations are! 😀

Categories: Age 1-5

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20 replies

  1. love the illustrations. How sweet!

  2. Very neat. I am not very familiar with apps, but I bet the pictures of the illustrations are even cooler in person. Thanks for sharing Erik.

    Paul R. Hewlett

  3. I’m certainly intrigued to see what a 3D app looks like. We love 3D books (pop-ups).

  4. Love that you are also reviewing apps, Erik. I was’t aware book apps could be 3D. These illustrations look so cute!

  5. This is new to me, too. I didn’t know apps could do 3D. Cool!

  6. That is totally cute, thanks for sharing Erik! Happy Christmas!

  7. Can you eat a 3-D bug? I love eating bugs!

    Love and licks,

  8. The illustrations look fabulous! I also love the name. Thanks so much for sharing this book with me- I can’t wait to check it out.

  9. The illustrations look glorious, Erik! Maybe this 2013, I’d be more iPad-savvy. 🙂

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