HomeClean Teen ReadsEntomologist = “Bug Brain”

In my book, Tiger Beetle at Kendallwood, the main character, Marcy Hankins, has an intense Clean Teen Readsfascination with bugs. Well, insects to be more precise. She loves to spend her time hunting for, capturing, and studying different types of insects. (Tiger Beetle at Kendallwood is the 2nd title in the Norma Jean Lutz Classic Collection.)

How about you? Does this sound like your idea of a good time? Or does the very thought of bugs send you into orbit?

That would describe the reaction of Marcy’s twin, Cissy. The two are total opposite as Cissy can’t stand creepy crawlies!

Marcy’s Life Goal

Entomology is the scientific study of insects. An entomologist is a scientist who studies insects – Clean Teen Readswhich is exactly what Marcy would like to do as her life’s profession.

In Marcy’s hometown and small-school setting, her passion is somewhat misunderstood. It makes her different.

Her nickname is bug brain.

Free to Be…

Clean Teen ReadsWhile playing around with bugs might not be everyone’s cup of tea, Marcy still should be able to follow her dreams without being picked on.

Do you agree?

You’ll see how she manages to work through this struggle as you read, Tiger Beetle at Kendallwood!  

You can download Chapter 1 for FREE right HERE!

Creepy Bug Experience

What was your most creepy experience with a bug – or bugs? Tell about it in the comments below.

Meanwhile, keep on reading

Norma Jean

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Entomologist = “Bug Brain” — 2 Comments

  1. I love bugs but not in my space, they do actually gives me shivers, i have a great deal of respect for those who dedicate their lives studying animals and bugs, the only animal that creeps me out is snakes and cat, cat they OK as long as they stay away from me, i think it’s a great career to be a bug expect, people like Marcy Hawkins, David Attenborough and many more, are know around the world for their knowledge of animals, i have nothing but respect of what they do.

    • Hi Eugenia — Your comment made me laugh. I guess I have to agree — I want bugs to “not be in my space.” LOL
      As you found out in Tiger Beetle at Kendallwood, Marcy really had to stand firm to stay true to her passion.

      Thanks again!!

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