The Mixed Up Caterpillar by Annie Kubler
  

Synopsis

The Mixed Up Caterpillar by Annie Kubler

There's a little mixed up stranger in the forest, who doesn't quite know what he is. Just as he finds out, everything changes and he must adjust to his new identity. Great for discussing identity and belonging.

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A beautifully illustrated book full of bold illustrations, which captivated the children the whole way through the story, along with the wiggling caterpillar finger puppet as he appears on each page. The caterpillar starts his journey in a forest, where he doesn't quite know who he is, and feels very mixed up. The children laughed out loud at the humour of the mixed-up caterpillar and were excited to share the book many more times after. A beautifully illustrated book which will be returned to many times and was a firm favourite with the children and staff. -- Sharon Campbell Nursery Education Plus 20090501

About the Author

Annie Kubler was born in 1960 in the northeast of France, in a mountainous area called the Vosges, where she spent her childhood. In 1978, she enrolled in the School of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg and specialized in Children’s Illustrations. In 1985, she moved to England, having been offered a job by Publisher Michael Twinn, owner of Child’s Play International Ltd. For the last 20 years she has been the Art Director of Child’s Play and has illustrated many children’s titles, including Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes, which won Great Britain’s Baby Book Award in 2002. At present, Annie lives with her partner, Chris, and their three young children, Millie, Joni, and Harry, in a little village, in Wiltshire, England.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Annie Kubler
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Publisher

Child's Play (International) Ltd an imprint of Child's Play International Ltd

Publication date

1st June 2006

ISBN

9781846430268


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