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This picture book will delight children between the ages of 5 to 9. It is told in a unique story format from the perspective of Cutter a Monarch caterpillar. Children will learn fascinating facts about this caterpillar as the story unfolds. They will also discover the amazing transformation of one caterpillar into a butterfly. Cutter is a caterpillar that eats, grows and This picture book will delight children between the ages of 5 to 9. It is told in a unique story format from the perspective of Cutter a Monarch caterpillar. Children will learn fascinating facts about this caterpillar as the story unfolds. They will also discover the amazing transformation of one caterpillar into a butterfly. Cutter is a caterpillar that eats, grows and sheds his outer skin a number of times. Although he lives a simple life on milkweed leaves, it often is filled with danger. A few weeks later he feels different, and he senses that he needs a very long rest. This time, as he hangs upside-down on the stalk of a milkweed leaf, great changes occur to his body. Cutter transforms into Flutter, a beautiful Monarch butterfly. He wastes no time in exploring a vast new world that he never knew existed. Eventually, he joins many other Monarchs in a wondrous migration to Mexico. This book will let kids see how wondrous the natural world can be. It will also encourage them to follow Flutter's example and discover what is beyond the world they are familiar with.


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This picture book will delight children between the ages of 5 to 9. It is told in a unique story format from the perspective of Cutter a Monarch caterpillar. Children will learn fascinating facts about this caterpillar as the story unfolds. They will also discover the amazing transformation of one caterpillar into a butterfly. Cutter is a caterpillar that eats, grows and This picture book will delight children between the ages of 5 to 9. It is told in a unique story format from the perspective of Cutter a Monarch caterpillar. Children will learn fascinating facts about this caterpillar as the story unfolds. They will also discover the amazing transformation of one caterpillar into a butterfly. Cutter is a caterpillar that eats, grows and sheds his outer skin a number of times. Although he lives a simple life on milkweed leaves, it often is filled with danger. A few weeks later he feels different, and he senses that he needs a very long rest. This time, as he hangs upside-down on the stalk of a milkweed leaf, great changes occur to his body. Cutter transforms into Flutter, a beautiful Monarch butterfly. He wastes no time in exploring a vast new world that he never knew existed. Eventually, he joins many other Monarchs in a wondrous migration to Mexico. This book will let kids see how wondrous the natural world can be. It will also encourage them to follow Flutter's example and discover what is beyond the world they are familiar with.

54 review for The Caterpillar That Learned to Fly: A Children's Nature Picture Book, a Fun Caterpillar and Butterfly Story for Kids

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rosa

    This review is also posted in my blog : https://onewordtoomuch.wordpress.com/... Thank you to Sharon Clark and Net Galley for a free copy of this book in trade for an honest review. I love this book! It’s got a beautiful illustration, as well as a detail story on the growing process of a caterpillar into a butterfly. The illustration is quite detail and the colors is very bright and contrast. The process of when the caterpillar is changing into a cocoon is told in a friendly yet scientific way. How This review is also posted in my blog : https://onewordtoomuch.wordpress.com/... Thank you to Sharon Clark and Net Galley for a free copy of this book in trade for an honest review. I love this book! It’s got a beautiful illustration, as well as a detail story on the growing process of a caterpillar into a butterfly. The illustration is quite detail and the colors is very bright and contrast. The process of when the caterpillar is changing into a cocoon is told in a friendly yet scientific way. How the caterpillar is feeling hungry and sleepy or when he feels that his skin is too tight and he need to shed it. The story is told in a way that children could easily understand or relate to it. As parents, we could also explain to them the way the growing process went and connect it with everyday life. This is a book I would love to tell my boy when he grows up. Recommend for those who love to read biology in a fun way with good and detailed illustration to explain things.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I found this book on one of my Goodreads group's pages and decided to share it with my children. In The Caterpillar That Learned to Fly children learn of the butterfly lifecycle by watching Cutter the caterpillar change into Flutter the Monarch butterfly. Both of my school age children enjoyed it and the whole family walked away learning something new. Some of the cool interesting facts that we learned included * how many pairs of legs a caterpillar has compared to a butterfly * butterflies' abil I found this book on one of my Goodreads group's pages and decided to share it with my children. In The Caterpillar That Learned to Fly children learn of the butterfly lifecycle by watching Cutter the caterpillar change into Flutter the Monarch butterfly. Both of my school age children enjoyed it and the whole family walked away learning something new. Some of the cool interesting facts that we learned included * how many pairs of legs a caterpillar has compared to a butterfly * butterflies' ability to taste with their feet * Monarch butterflies migrate THOUSANDS of miles away for the winter

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    This story is told from the viewpoint of a caterpillar named Cutter. The story works its way through Cutter’s life cycle. We get to read about his life as a caterpillar and the changes he went through to become a butterfly. This story would work well with the science curriculum (life cycles). It was very informative and provided lots of details on the life cycle process. There was a lot of writing on each page which may make it difficult for younger kids to stay focussed. Also, higher vocabulary This story is told from the viewpoint of a caterpillar named Cutter. The story works its way through Cutter’s life cycle. We get to read about his life as a caterpillar and the changes he went through to become a butterfly. This story would work well with the science curriculum (life cycles). It was very informative and provided lots of details on the life cycle process. There was a lot of writing on each page which may make it difficult for younger kids to stay focussed. Also, higher vocabulary was frequently used throughout the book so there may need to be lots of explanations on what words mean.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    This is a great picture book that young children will enjoy. It's told from the view point of Cutter, the caterpillar. As the story unfolds you learn wonderful facts about caterpillars and the amazing transformation that they go through to become butterflies. My sister is due with her first child in May of 2018... I started collecting childrens books the day I found out that I was going to be an aunt! I enjoyed this book and have added it to that collection. I can't wait to read it to my future n This is a great picture book that young children will enjoy. It's told from the view point of Cutter, the caterpillar. As the story unfolds you learn wonderful facts about caterpillars and the amazing transformation that they go through to become butterflies. My sister is due with her first child in May of 2018... I started collecting childrens books the day I found out that I was going to be an aunt! I enjoyed this book and have added it to that collection. I can't wait to read it to my future niece or nephew!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Therese Wiese

    Such a sweet book. I think it will appeal to many people, regardless of age. Thank you to the publisher for sending me this copy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    This book is just lovely with beautiful illustrations and text all about the Monarch butterfly life cycle.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Thacker

    My kids and I really enjoyed this book. Beautiful artwork that kids will love, and easy to read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Niki Storey

    "The Caterpillar That Learned to Fly" is a wonderful story that is centered around Cutter the Caterpillar as he transitions into Flutter the Butterfly. This story is written so children will learn the life cycle of a butterfly in a fun way through the eyes of the caterpillar. I really like that so much detail was given to the process that the caterpillar goes through to become a butterfly. There are a lot of interesting facts about the life cycle of a caterpillar that are fascinating, which woul "The Caterpillar That Learned to Fly" is a wonderful story that is centered around Cutter the Caterpillar as he transitions into Flutter the Butterfly. This story is written so children will learn the life cycle of a butterfly in a fun way through the eyes of the caterpillar. I really like that so much detail was given to the process that the caterpillar goes through to become a butterfly. There are a lot of interesting facts about the life cycle of a caterpillar that are fascinating, which would make this book a wonderful addition to a lesson plan that focuses on life cycles. The illustrations are vibrant and detailed and accompany the text and illustrate the details nicely! This book would be a wonderful addition to any home or school library and would be perfect for children wanting to learn more about these magnificent creatures! Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this wonderful book!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Krishay chawla

  10. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Obisesan

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Moser

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads)

    An informative children's book on the life cycle of the monarch butterfly. We watch the story of the caterpillar unfold until he emerges as a beautiful butterfly and makes his journey to the forests of Mexico. Filled with interesting facts about these beautiful butterflies, the story is written in simple language easy to understand for young readers. Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for a digital copy to review. An informative children's book on the life cycle of the monarch butterfly. We watch the story of the caterpillar unfold until he emerges as a beautiful butterfly and makes his journey to the forests of Mexico. Filled with interesting facts about these beautiful butterflies, the story is written in simple language easy to understand for young readers. Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for a digital copy to review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rodney Vincent

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    Zubeen

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    Paige

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Rankin

    The Caterpillar That Learned to Fly by Sharon Clark is a wonderful informative and beautifully illustrate book. Highly recommended

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    Haowei Song

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