Disclaimer: I was provided a digital free sample of this story to review and compensation, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product and giveaway.Casey Caterpillar Feels Left Out
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This book is perfect for my 5 year old, especially where he just started school a few weeks ago. I still can't believe how time flies - he is already in school and having to learn life lessons. Lessons like feeling left out.
I must say the illustrations are so bright and draw you right into this life lessons storybook. This brilliant book is about...
"Sweet little Casey Caterpillar feels left out when Lucy Ladybug and Bette Bumblebee play "Air Acrobatics" because Casey doesn’t yet have wings! When Mentor Bailey Butterfly encourages Casey to share how she feels, the whole gang learns an important lesson about empathy."
The words are easy to see and read. I feel there is a perfect amount of words to a page to keep your child interested throughout this educational story.
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I love the info that is shared on the back cover including:
"When Bette Bumblebee and Lucy Ladybug suggest playing their favorite flying game, Casey Caterpillar (who doesn't yet have wings) feels terribly left out by her friends. Upset, Casey scoots off and is met on the path by wise Bailey Butterfly, who helps Casey build the courage to tell her friends how she feels. With lush, colorful illustrations, this thoughtful exploration of friendship encourages young readers to solve their conflicts through compassion, consideration and kindness.
· Teaches empathy through relatable characters and situations
· Offers children the words to express when they feel excluded
· Gorgeous images and memorable characters
· First in a series of children’s books featuring this charming garden universe"
Casey Caterpillar Feels Left Out is meant for ages 3 to 6 years old; with a grade level from Preschool to 2nd Grade. It is a hard cover book with 30 wonderful pages. The publisher is Ruby's Studio.
And if you are wondering about the Author of this life lessons book...her name is Samantha Kurtzman-Counter. She is a children's book author, children's show producer/director and President of The Mother Company. And I think the best fact of all about this author is, "She is a Mother"! A mother of a boy named Jack who just entered Kindergarten. So she understands what is important to us parents.
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Disclaimer: I was provided a digital free sample of this story to review and compensation, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product and giveaway.
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