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meganslats

“Are we there yet?“

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meganslats

This is a great book for the classroom. It teaches the importance of patience, and teaches the kids about how caterpillars turn into butterflies! So it is a little science lesson as well! It teaches the kids that you have to be patient in order to get good things.

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meganslats

This is a picture book. It is very cute and creative. It is about an impatient caterpillar who learns how to transform into a butterfly. The illustrations are amazing and go so well with the words on the page.

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DivineDiana
The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast | Alan Aldridge, William Plomer, Richard Sidney Richmond Fitter
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I saw this book on Litsy, and loved the concept and the artwork. Added it to my Amazon wish list, and was surprised to receive it as a birthday gift! The story is inspired by the classic 1807 poem by William Roscoe. It is a visual fairytale using the illustrations of the distinctive British artist, Alan Aldridge. The colorful collection of animals has charmed both adults and children since 1973. #ayupaugust #animal #blameitonlitsy

squirrelbrain I adore this book! I still have my copy from when I was a child...maybe need to get it out and reread it, it‘s been years! 🦋 5mo
DivineDiana @squirrelbrain It is such a feast for the eyes! 💗 5mo
Cinfhen Beautiful photo and looks like a beautiful book 🤩 5mo
DivineDiana @Cinfhen Thank you! It is! 😘 5mo
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Kayladvazquez
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Pickpick

This book is Fiction. The story is About a Caterpillar that can not wait to become a beautiful butterfly. The story talks about the phases a Caterpillar goes through and how impatiently he is to wait. The book is well illustrated and takes a humorous approach. I would use this as a shared reading.
Awards: none
EL: Audio available,easy text, visuals
UDL:3.1
Author talks about book:
https://youtu.be/qE_rFYwnFC4
#UCFSU19

Bmelendez92 This would be a great tag along for the very hungry caterpillar, thanks for the share! I will be using these for when we do our butterfly week :) having a variety of books about the same topic can be handy! 7mo
gergana08 This is a great book that teaches a great concept. What a beautiful way to teach the concept of how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. The visuals and humor make it understandable for the EL students. 7mo
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GatheringBooks
The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast | Alan Aldridge, William Plomer, Richard Sidney Richmond Fitter
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Pickpick

#SongsOfSummer Day 5: #SummerNights remind me of this 1807 classic written by the poet William Roscoe and illustrated by William Mulready (see upper right image) with a new version by Aldridge. The story revolves around a summer‘s day in England – where there was to be a Ball and Feast among all creatures of air and land. It is meant to be a magical evening of festivities. My review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-6BH

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚👍🏻💛 8mo
OriginalCyn620 😎📚🎶 8mo
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TheReadingMermaid
Little White Duck | Walt Whippo, Bernard Zaritzky
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First book read out of the hospital!!! 🥳🥳🥳🎉🎉🎉
Read (and sang) with my son for bedtime tonight.

#Success #OneDayAtATime

SleepyDragon You'll get there. 10mo
tammysue Are you feeling a little better today? ❤️🤗 10mo
TheReadingMermaid @whatshesreadingnow thank you for checking up on me sweetie I appreciate it. Yesterday was really tough on me. I had my first really bad panic attacks since I left the hospital and it took a lot out of me. But my husband put me straight to bed last night after the attack and I got a really good night's rest so I am feeling much better today. 😃 10mo
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mrsmarch
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#literaryluck #butterflies Scholastic Book Fair loot for the kindergartener

vkois88 Cute! 10mo
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GatheringBooks
Bug in a Vacuum | Melanie Watt
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Mehso-so

#OctoberPutASpellOnYou Day 17: Bug In A #Vacuum deals with the stages of grief – that would most likely go over the heads of young readers but would most likely be appreciated by adults who would then provide the needed scaffolding for the younger reader. The word play is also something worth commenting about, as I feel that it is one of the book‘s strengths. My review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-bgW

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LibrarianRyan
Bug in a Vacuum | Melanie Watt
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4⭐️ A very surprising book. It is actually about the five stages of grief: denial, bargaining, anger, despair, and acceptance. We get to experience these stages with our friend fly who got sucked into the vacuum. All he wants is out. What makes this story truly great is the illustrations. Between the spray paint labeled denial, and the soap of bargaining, and the puppy who just wants his stuff. This book is treat for the eyes and the ears.

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