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The Caterpillow Fight by Sam McBratney
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The Caterpillow Fight

by Sam McBratney

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a bunch of little caterpillars are having a fun pillow fight before they go to bed
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  TUCC | Dec 19, 2016 |
Quick read aloud book that is great for pre-k or kindergarten, has rhyming, cute illustrations of bugs, and problem solving.
  charity_thurman | Mar 29, 2016 |
Hilarity ensues when "one naughty caterpillar in the middle of the night, woke the other caterpillars for a caterpillow fight." Only BIG CATERPILLAR is able to stop the flying feathers with a most unusual solution. Very cute! ( )
  shelf-employed | Jul 16, 2008 |
If you ever thought that humans were the only ones who had pillow fights, then think again. In this clever bedtime rhyming book, some young caterpillars learn that bedtime is probably not the best time for a caterpillow fight (but it's still a fun time). ( )
  eagletlab | Oct 11, 2007 |
A rowdy pillow fight among young caterpillars causes the Big Caterpillar to step in and take action.
  BVstorytime | Jun 1, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763601241, Paperback)

"There were caterpillow thumps and caterpillow whacks on caterpillar tummies and on caterpillar backs."

All the little caterpillars have gone to bed, with their caterpillows for their little heads. But in the middle of the night, one caterpillar decides to wake all the others for a thumping, whumping caterpillow fight! With fresh, exuberant illustrations by Jill Barton, Sam McBratney's delightfully tongue-tangling tale will have lap-sitters giggling and wiggling and ready for a romp.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:45 -0400)

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A rowdy pillow fight among young caterpillars causes the Big Caterpillar to step in and take action.

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