The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar is credited with creativity and poetry. This gorgeous new interactive format lets babies and toddlers join in the fun as the plush caterpillar finger puppet literally wriggles his way through the holes in each page, munching and crunching through foods before transforming into a beautiful butterfly!

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Published January 4, 2008 by Tomorrow Publishing House. 299 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Deseret News

There is no better way to celebrate the coming of spring than through a celebration of nature's creatures.

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Common Sense Media

The holes in the foods that the caterpillar has munched on draw little fingers into them, adding another kid-appealing dimension to this well-thought-out book.

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We received our Very Hungry Caterpillar' Zoobie last week, after having taken about a month to get here (England) from the States.It was completely worth the wait!!!It is absolutely delightful and my little boy will love it (It is a Christmas gift).The material is so beautifully soft and the blan...

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Children's Books Guide

The story goes on at he eats his way through various fruits until Saturday, when he eats his way through a plethora of item (including chocolate cake, a pickle, and ice cream cone, and Swiss cheese.)Ending up with a stomach ache, he eats through one fresh green leaf, and finds he is no longer a l...

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