The Very Hungry Caterpillar: Finger Puppet Book

Eric Carle’s classic favourite The Very Hungry Caterpillar is one of the bestselling picture books of all time, with over 33 million copies sold worldwide to date. This gorgeous new interactive version lets babies and toddlers join in the fun, as a plush caterpillar finger puppet literally wriggles his way through the holes in each page! Help him to munch and crunch through all sorts of yummy fruits before he transforms into a beautiful butterfly! Letting little ones count objects and explore colours and healthy foods, this is a fantastically appealing novelty version of a truly timeless story.

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  • loved it

    Great for children to read ! This book gives you an actual imagination of a caterpillar eating. This s a good book and I liked it!

    8 September 2013

  • Pretty entertaining, good for small kids

    8 March 2013

  • loved it

    This is a pure classic,if you haven’t read this, read it! Perfect for younger readers, but it is also great for older readers! I love it!

    5 March 2013

  • liked it

    Please if you are young read this, trust me it is sweet!

    1 March 2012

  • this book is gr8 for the little 1s

    my baby sister loves this book

    1 July 2011

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    Eric Carle

    Eric Carle is the acclaimed author and illustrator of many classic picture books, and is best known for the much-loved The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

    Awards

    Eric Carle has won many book and design awards in both the US and around the world. His most famous book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar was awarded the American Institute of Graphics Arts Award, the Selection du Grand Prix des Treize in France and a Nakamori Reader’s Prize in Japan. In 2003 Carle was awarded the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award for his lifetime contribution to children’s literature and illustration.

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