The all-ages Bug Boys: Volume 1 follows the adventures of two young beetles, Rhino-B and Stag-B, in their home of Bug Village and beyond. Along the way, they meet new bug friends, face their fears, and see their close friendship grow ever stronger while each grows as an individual. Knetzger is able to perfectly capture the emotions of growing up with just the right touch of candor, affection and light-heartedness., Welcome to Bug Village! This sleepy little village is home to Stag-B and Rhino-B, aka the Bug Boys! These two best friends love adventure and exploring the nooks and crannies of Bug Village, the surrounding forest, and their own minds. Along the way, they meet new bug friends (like spooky Dome Spider and shy Dragonfly), face their fears (Bees! Termites! Self-doubt!!), and see their friendship grow ever stronger. Bug Village is much bigger than it seems, let's explore!Bug Boys volume 1 collects all of the Bug Boys' adventures to date, including some never before seen in print!
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