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ladybird

any of various small brightly coloured beetles of the family Coccinellidae, such as Adalia bipunctata (two-spotted ladybird), which has red elytra marked with black spots
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What the Ladybird Heard Live comes to the Theatre Royal Nottingham for four days only from Thursday, January 18, to Sunday, January 21, as part of a major UK and international tour direct from the West End.
Basic form and function of ladybirds is well illustrated.
Thomas Merrington, creative director at Penguin Ventures - part of Penguin Random House, said: "We are always looking for new ways to bring the Ladybird Books Vintage Collection to wider audiences.
Our first introduction is probably as schoolchildren, reading the Ladybird books.
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50, NOT ON THE HIGH STREET THIS WEEK'S CRUSH They say if a ladybird lands on you, it brings you good luck, and these lovely creatures are favourites of mine.
LADYBIRD Books, the series that inspired generations of youngsters to read, is 100 years old this week.
Ladybird Books, a publisher of books for children and part of the Penguin Random House Children's division, is to stop publishing books gender specific titles such as Ladybird Favourite Fairy Tales for Girls and Ladybird Favourite Stories for Boys, the BBC reported on Friday.