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Ten Little Caterpillars by Bill Martin Jr.
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Feb 07, 12

bookshelves: nature, picture-books
Recommended for: Malinda, Kathryn, Abigail, Gundula, Chandra
Read on February 07, 2012

A fabulous team, the late great Bill Martin, Jr., and Lois Ehlert, creators of the prize-winning _Chicka-Chicka-Boom-Boom_ and _Chicka-Chicka-1-2-3_! And they've done it again in this brilliantly illustrated (acrylics and cut paper, but I'm guessing) counting book simple enough for the very young, but with some names of flora and fauna to challenge primary students. It would make a perfect pair with _The Very Hungry Caterpillar_ (kind of the same story, but a bit more Nature--you know, "red in tooth and claw": that one). Also pair with _From Caterpillar to Butterfly_ by Deborah Heiligman and Ehlert's colorful _Planting a Rainbow_. No lexile measure is available, but it is a "predictable book" for beginning readers.

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