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by Pamela Duncan Edwards
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Such a clever caterpillar! A carefree cabbage caterpillar named Clara, who becomes a common cream-colored butterfly, can′t possibly compete with a catty, conceited caterpillar named Catisha, who becomes a captivating crimson-colored butterfly. Or can she? Ages 3 - 6
a little butterfly isn't feeling like she is really a butterfly after changing from a caterpillar. after some danger, she learns that she is a happy butterfly no matter what
This book is so cute and has useful themes and values that children can really pick up on. I really loved this book because the lesson that everyone is unique for different reasons is a developing theme of the picture book.
Use with "Tales that Teach" first of the year.
In this story, that used alliteration of beginning sound /c/, many of the other butterflies poked fun at Clara because of the way she looked, but she was happy with the way she was and risked her life to save them all when a crow came. Because she was okay with the way she was and how she looked, she was able to make soemthing special of herself.
By camouflaging herself, Clara Caterpillar, who becomes a cream-colored butterfly, courageously saves Catisha the crimson-colored butterfly from a hungry crow.
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