The topics of inclusion and exclusion are explored through the adventures of a slug who wants to stay the night in the new “Hotel for Bugs” but is told that he can’t because the hotel is only for bugs.
A new hotel for bugs has just opened, and the local bugs are so excited! When the doors open, they marvel at the decorations, check out the buffet, and lounge by the pool and spa. Soon, a slug enters the building and asks for a room, but the manager tells him that the hotel is only for bugs. The sad slug leaves, and the bugs point out to the manager that even the bugs are all different—and even stranger than the slug! Some of the bugs have ears on their knees, roll poop, and taste flowers with their feet. Can they convince the manager that the hotel is for everyone, not just bugs?