Terry and the Caterpillars (A Science I Can Read Book)

Terry and the Caterpillars A Science I Can Read Book A Science I Can Read Book Copyright Author Millicent E Selsam pictures by Arnold Lobel Very clean book and pages

  • Title: Terry and the Caterpillars (A Science I Can Read Book)
  • Author: Millicent E. Selsam Arnold Lobel
  • ISBN: 9780060254063
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Science I Can Read Book, Copyright 1962, Author, Millicent E Selsam ,pictures by Arnold Lobel, Very clean book and pages,

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    1 thought on “Terry and the Caterpillars (A Science I Can Read Book)”

    1. My daughter is really into caterpillars right now and I am indulging her simply because I love it when she says the word catapittah.

    2. This book is great for young readers. Not only is the language easy to read for beginning readers, but the subject matter is interesting and Selsam's style draws the reader in. The 10-year-old daughter of a friend brought this book for my 5.5-year-old daughter to read. We've been working on reading, but my daughter has, so far, been reluctant to try longer books than the board books she reads to her little brother. To my surprise, she opened this book and started reading. I helped her with a few [...]

    3. I fell in love with the character from the word goWhimsical and touching a must read for little ones who adore bugs !

    4. I loved this book as a child. It a Learning-to-Read Science book about caterpillars becoming moths and butterflies! And the illustrations are adorable.

    5. This is a very easy read but it does do a decent job of explaining caterpillar to moth maturations. Plus it has illustrations by Arnold Lobel.

    6. My son (7) read this book out loud to me. He loved it. The book is a great way to explain the life cycle of a moth. The story is fun and easy to get into.

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