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Ladybug and Caterpillar: The Way to Friendship

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5 out of 5
Based on 2 Ratings and 2 Reviews

Book Description
When a lonely caterpillar asks to be friends with a ladybug, he is upset when she answers that he is too ugly to be her friend. Soon after that he turns into a gorgeous butterfly and Ladybug, not realizing it is the same insect, wants to be his friend. Ladybug is surprised and ashamed when she realizes her actions. She apologizes and they are both happy to be friends. The lesson here is that choos... More
Book Information
PublisherPublishAmerica
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages16
ISBN-101604749504
ISBN-13978-1604749502
Publication Date03/17/2008
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About Rosie Pova (Author, Illustrator) : Rosie Pova is a mother of three, living in Dallas, Texas with her family.Born in Bulgaria, Rosie started writing in her early adolescent years and she has always had a passion for creativity, taking o... more
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4/7/2009 Rosie Pova said: A great story about the way we choose our friends with valuable lessons on superficiality and not judging others by their appearance. Great pictures and flowing rhymes. Quality book for smart kids!

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