Meet the Cricket Country bugs from CRICKET magazine
Follow the adventures of everybuggy in Cricket Country each month in CRICKET magazine for children ages 9-14! Who's your favorite?
Ladybug and her pet Pussywillow keep things interesting and are always ready to gab with readers at Chatterbox. One of Ladybug's friends, also named Ladybug, has her very own magazine - you can follow her adventures with her friends Ladybug, Muddle, and Thud in LADYBUG magazine for young children ages 3-6.
Cricket is the leader of this group of buggy friends - Ladybug's antics keep him hopping!
Zoot is a pygmy shrew. As a vegetarian, he's a welcome part of the gang and keeps everyone entertained with his cello playing. Too bad he's so nearsighted!
Ophelia is visiting from SPIDER magazine for children ages 6-9. She's a wise praying mantis and always has the last word.
George the very cultured and sophisticated earthworm is busy tunneling, but you can see his best friend Tail hanging out with the rest of the bugs.
In the spotlight as always is Pudding, everybuggy's favorite lightning bug.
Tater is a potato bug. If you ever need to know how something works, or have a math question, ask Tater!
Imagine - seeing Marty without his skateboard! This hip young inchworm loves computer games and pizza parties.
Sluggo is at the back of the pack, of course - snails aren't known for being very fast!
Riding along with Sluggo is Muffin, Ladybug's English cousin. She's quite refined, and tries to bring some sense of decorum to Ladybug.
And last, but certainly not least, is Old Cricket. He's very wise and learned, and always gives good advice. Everybuggy learns a lot from his "Old Cricket Says" column on the final page of each CRICKET magazine.
Meet the rest of the gang and follow their adventures in the pages of CRICKET magazine for kids ages 9-14, LADYBUG magazine for kids ages 3-6, and SPIDER magazine for kids ages 6-9!