Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Nelle and Alice: The Garden Crawler by Margarete Rougier Review

Nelle and Alice: The Garden Crawler 
by Margarete Rougier
Nelle and Alice: The Garden Crawler by [Rougier, Margarete]
Sisters, Nelle and Alice enjoy exploring and playing together outdoors. While playing in their backyard one afternoon, they discover a furry caterpillar under their zucchini plant. Alice leads the way in describing the amazing caterpillar's movements and its ability to transform into a beautiful butterfly. This charming, rhythmical, and colorful story is sure to be a favorite among children.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's' review- First of all do not ever touch a caterpillar or let your children do it at all or encourage them, unless you know for a fact it is not poisonous because it can really hurt.  It is not cute to touch a grown butterfly as you can actually hurt them and encouraging children to do so is a terrible idea.   The book features just that, two girls playing with a caterpillar and that is basically it. 

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