Follow the adventures of these bright, 3D-moulded caterpillars in this fun and funky rhyming counting book with a surprise pop-up at the end!
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 24 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group
- Publication Date: 30/04/2004
- Category: Pop-up & lift-the-flap books
- ISBN: 9781845060275
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Review by mcprice
This is a great book to read to students when counting. The book follows the format of ten little monkeys. The caterpillars disappear into butterflies at the end.
Review by cacv78
Tarbett, Debbie. (2004). Ten Wriggly, Wiggly Caterpillars. New York: Sandy Creek.This book tells the story of ten little caterpillars that were eating through leaves and other green yummies. Each time they eat through something, they lose one caterpillar along the way. By the end of the story, they all find each other again but now in the form of butterflies. The last page in which the butterflies are all shown is great because it's a pop-up and it's a surprise to kids when they turn to the last page and 10 butterflies jump out at them.Compared to the other book in this genre, There Were Ten in the Bed, this book is geared towards any beginning reader. The illustrations are more colorful than the other book and each little caterpillar is an actual figurine that pops out of the book. It would be more engaging to a child than the other book.