Friday, March 30, 2012

Ten Little Caterpillars

Submitted by Ms. Tammy!
Ten Little Caterpillars by Bill Martin Jr. In this attractive counting book the ten little caterpillars featured on the cover creep and crawl through gardens, vegetable patches, and apple orchards. Each caterpillar gets its own spread, with one climbing a cabbage head, another carried off to school in a jar, and another falling into the sea. As children turn to each page they’ll find familiar images, such as a rose or a bee, while expanding their knowledge of others, such as a muskmelon, monarch eggs, and even a sea bass, all identified with labels. In the predictable ending, the tenth caterpillar emerges from his chrysalis a beautiful butterfly. The concluding pages identify each caterpillar with information about what they eat, and reveal the type of moth or butterfly they become as a result of their metamorphoses. See this book listed in our catalog

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