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Book: Fatapiller - An enchanting children's story of survival & courage. Told in rhyme, filled with fabulous colour pictures with a positive, mindfulness ...
Fatapiller likes eating leaves. He eats so many and he's become so big that he falls from the highest branches of his tree, where all the yummiest leaves are. As he falls, he passes the sleeping Koala, the dangling Mrs. Spider and a puzzled young chick in his nest, before crashing into the soft mossy ground. But Fatapiller's troubles have only just begun. As he lies helpless on his back, a greedy [...]
 
Book: CATERPILLAR by Vicki Zell
Keara Wexler was eight years old when she witnessed her fourteen-year-old brother Henry commit murder. Keara kept the secret all to herself, but then some years later, Henry decided to spill his guts, so he told his parents what happened that night upon Dobson Hill, and Henry's truth, though it was the truth, came with an underlining lie. Keara feared what would happen when the real truth to what [...]
 
Book: Journeys with the caterpillar - Travelling through the islands of Flores and Sumba, Indonesia by Shivaji Das
A humorous travelogue on Indonesia "The crowd lined the street, shoulder to shoulder. Fathers held young boys high, the older children climbing trees for better views. The pressure of the crowd built behind me. About fifteen men assembled around a tied buffalo: the sacrifices were about to begin." What comes to your mind when you think of Indonesia? Do you think of volcanoes rising hurriedly from [...]
 
Book: Fearne Fairy and the Chocolate Caterpillar - Book 9 in the Whimsy Wood Series by Sarah Hill
It's April in Whimsy Wood and in Book 9 of the Award Winning Whimsy Wood Series, Fearne Fairy is about to make a new friend! Find out how our new quirky character gets in a sticky situation and how Fearne rescues him, in this 9th chocolatey instalment from the award-winning Whimsy Wood series ... REVIEWS I loved it. It was a really charming book." Bo Griffiths, 8 years "I loved Mustard! His [...]
 
Book: Look Who's On My Shoulder - Spreading Beauty and Grace by Lorraine Myers
Without change, nothing is possible. A caterpillar must change to become a butterfly. We, as humans, are butterflies waiting to happen. Change comes from growth. We must complete the process before we can become something beautiful. The caterpillar says, "woe is me", but the butterfly says, "wow, what a new beginning." We must be determined to give up being a caterpillar.
 
Book: The Grand Adventure of Cate R. Pillar by Hazel S. Muller
The Grand Adventure of Cate R. Pillar is the personified life of a caterpillar as she plays with her friends, plans an adventure that she expects her friends to participate in, but when they don't, she decides to go alone. Many things happen to her on this journey including turning into Madame B. Utterfly. She reunites with her friends in her different form. With her new freedom of flight she is [...]
 
Book: The Chrysalis - Companion short story in the Agricola Series Red Fury Revolt by J. F. Ridgley
Proverb "Just when the caterpillar thought the world was coming to an end, she changed into a butterfly." A dangerous butterfly... Ravaged by Rome, Morrigan turns her fear into revenge and now it is Rome who should fear her. Rome's taxcollecter Decianus Catus intrudes on Morrigan's father's funeral, flogs her mother Boudica, and then takes the Iceni people back to camp where the women are raped. [...]
 
Book: Amazing Matilda (Children's Literature) - The Tale of A Monarch Butterfly by Bette A. Stevens
Inspire the Kids with an Award-winning (Excellence in Children's Literature) Monarch Butterfly Tale. In this age of instant gratification, there's an award-winning children's picture book out that teaches kids that patience and hard work really do pay off. 'AMAZING MATILDA: A Monarch's Tale' is a timely tale that follows MATILDA, a tiny monarch caterpillar, from the time she hatches from her egg [...]
 
Book: Pastor's Daughter - Leela (Pastor Cannon Series) by Rai Lindsay-Wallace
Discovering a family secret, Leela wanted desperately to shake off the Pastor's Daughter image. Wearied of following in her father's shadow, the infamous Pastor James Cannon, Leela ran away from her family in hopes of discovering her own identity. Sampling the forbidden fruits of the world gave her many mountaintop experiences along with similar valley encounters. Then the unexpected happens... [...]
 
Book: Animal Fun. Transforming Tricks. Rhyming Story and Illustrations. by Pippa Wilson
Come on a wonderful journey of discovery and delight in the second book in this kids series on animals and nature. Explore the magical transforming tricks that some creatures perform in their natural habitat. Imagine a caterpillar totally transforming into a glorious butterfly, or a squiggly tadpole growing into a delightful hopping frog. Did you know that the dragonfly starts life as a weird [...]
 
Book: Margo - A Blue Harbor Novel by Molly Dillon
After her husband dies, leaving her a widow at forty-five, Margo Blair finds herself a victim of his lies and innuendos. Starting over, she sells her home and all her possessions to return to the town where she once lived as a teenager. In this quaint, seaside village, she befriends her lively neighbor, an endearing woman of eighty, who exudes energy and fun. The friendship leads to the making of [...]
 
Book: Morehouse Farm Critter Knits - 20 Easy Patterns & Designs for Animal Scarves, Hats & Mittens by Margrit Lohrer
A collection of easy-to-knit Critter Accessories for animal lovers of all ages Turn your knitting activity into a fun-filled adventure with Morehouse Farm Critter Knits. From lobster-shaped mittens with moveable claws to a smoke-puffing dragon scarf with spikes, knitting critters is pure enjoyment. In this Collection you'll discover scarves, hats, mittens and more, masquerading as wooly zoo [...]
 
Book: From Bach to the Beatles - How Music Started by K.R. Hillyer
Bach did not invent Music. Music didn't stop when the Beatles broke up in 1971. These are simply bookends K.R. Hillyer uses for a lighthearted look at Music through the Ages. Hear how Sid Caesar discovers melody, using his fellow cavemen as test subjects. Join us as we wander with the Ancient Egyptians and their musical cats or the Greeks and their hilarious choruses (not). There's always those [...]
 


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