PreSchool-Grade 3?As they did in One Hundred Hungry Ants (Houghton, 1993), Pinczes and MacKain present a mathematical concept through rhyming text and simple illustrations. Here, an army of insects is planning a parade, but each formation that the squadron comes up with for its 25 members?two lines of twelve, three of eight, four of six?leaves Joe Bug standing alone, a remainder of one. After much cogitation, Joe finally comes up with the solution: five lines of five. The rhyming has an old-fashioned tone reminiscent of Peter Newell's books. MacKain's blue bugs are large, friendly looking, and anthropomorphic. The queen has blonde curls. This will provide a fine accompaniment to a math lesson on division. Children will identify with Joe's predicament?being left out again and again?and will certainly have a clearer understanding of remainders after reading this story.?Louise L. Sherman, Anna C. Scott School, Leonia, NJCopyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.