The World of Eric Carle: What's the Time?
Written by Eric Carle
Illustrated by Eric Carle
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Eric Carle’s bright, bold, immediately recognisable illustrations are here put to very good use in a fun and stylish book to teach children how to tell the time. At 7 o’clock the Very Hungry Caterpillar wakes to have his breakfast – readers can turn the hands on the clock face that’s part of the book to 12 and 7 and they move with a satisfying click. Five more colourful spreads follow showing animals doing different things at different times of the day, until we reach 10 0’clock ‘when you’re asleep and the fireflies shine in the starlight’. Eric Carle’s illustrations will never lose their vibrancy and vitality and this is both beautiful and useful. ~ Andrea Reece
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The World of Eric Carle: What's the Time? by Eric Carle
You can learn to tell the time with the Very Hungry Caterpillar!
When does the Very Hungry Caterpillar wake up? What time does the frog eat lunch? See what all your favourite animals do from breakfast to bedtime! And turn the chunky clock hands to show the time of day on every page. This book is a brilliant way to start learning how to tell the time. Featuring a sturdy clock with hands to turn, and adorable animals at different times of day, all accompanied by the beautiful artwork of Eric Carle.
Discover three special Very Hungry Caterpillar Activity Sheets here!
Praise for The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Every child should experience this wonderful, cumulative story, with its brightly coloured pictures of the tiny but greedy caterpillar that eats his way through one apple, two plums and three pears before turning into a beautiful butterfly. The board version stands up well to the inevitable poking of little fingers through the holes in the pages. Kirkus UK
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