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Ladybug Books Songs Poems

Ladybird Beetles
LadybugBook A
LadybugBook B
LadybugBook C & D & E
LadybugBook F & G
LadybugBook J & G
LadybugBook H & I
LadybugBook L
Ladybugs Ball
Ladybug's Roses and the Pharaoh of Egypt
LadybugBook M & N
LadybugBook O & P
Polka Dots
LadybugBook R & S
LadybugBook T
LadybugBook U & V
LadybugBook W
LadybugBook Dutch
A Ladybug Named Jack
Liana the Ladybug
The adventures of Mr. Jack Ladybug
Ladybugs Picnic
Lucy Ladybug
Lily Ladybug
Little Ladybug
Little Red Bug
The Ballad of a Ladybug
Grouchy Ladybug
Shiny Green Bug
Ladybird Beetles
Jolly Old Saint......Ladybug
Ladybug, Tender Your Heart
The Pumpkin And The Ladybug
Goldfish & The Ladybug
Folk Tales

Sung to: "Jolly Old St. Nicholas"
Ladybirds have spots or stripes
They're yellow, red or green;
They love to live
where there are weeds;
Around the world they're seen.
They're in the beetle family
And that is no surprise,
Though some folks
call them "ladybugs"
Or even "ladyflies."

They lay their eggs upon a leaf;
Their larva is quite small
With little legs;
the pupa stage
Hangs on a leaf or wall.
Their favorite food is aphid pests
They eat a lot each day;
And from their legs a fluid comes
That drives their foes away.

Each beetle has six jointed legs
With which it walks or clings;
It also has two separate pairs
Of very special wings;
The first pair is quite
hard and tough,
Protecting what's below:
Transparent wings that it can use
To fly where it should go.

About a hundred years ago
An awful insect pest
Was spoiling California's fruit
The farmers had no rest
Till someone had a great idea
And from Australia came
A beetle that would save
the crop:
The ladybird by name.
Suzy Gazlay