Freddie the Fly: Bee On, Buzz Off

A Story About Learning to Focus and Stay on Task, Even When Distractions Are Around

Author: Kimberly Delude, MA, CCC-SLP
Illustrator: Brian Martin
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**Winner of the Counselor's Choice Award!**
**Winner of the Moonbeam Children's Book Award!**

Freddie, our lovable fly, is tappin’ and flappin’ his way to trouble. He whirls around to and fro, buzzing from one distraction to another. Is it any wonder he forgets his lunch, fails his spelling test and almost leaves the house semi-undressed? Freddie is a go-go-go kind of guy who has no time to listen, focus or pay attention. He moves so quickly he forgets things--but it's not his fault; there are just too many distractions.

At school, his lack of concentration causes a real fright when he misses his teacher's instructions and finds himself lost and alone at the zoo. Fortunately, a Bumble Guide who works at the zoo is there to help Freddie learn how to turn his BEE on and his BUZZ off. Will getting lost be the scare Freddie needs to finally take action and learn how to concentrate?

Readers in pre-K through grade 5 will love finding the answers in this delightfully insightful tale. Using the Bee On, Buzz Off method that Freddie learns can provide kids with the tools they need to pay attention and remember important information. Written by Kimberly Delude, this is the third book in the Freddie the Fly series.

All kids like to move, but some kids just can’t seem to stop. These kids have a hard time sitting still at home and at school. They may seem inattentive. That’s why it is important to teach them strategies for controlling their bodies and for focusing. Included at the end are tips for parents and educators. 31 pgs.

Extend the learning with five downloadable activities!

Also included in the Freddie the Fly book series:

Published by Boys Town Press

ISBN 978-1-944882-34-1