Thursday, March 17, 2016

Thank you for celebrating The Very Hungry Caterpillar Day on March 20th!


  1. My daughter, Mila just turned three and I bought her your book, The Tiny Seed, in a bilingual version, Hindi-English, so in time she can appreciate both languages, (we speak many languages- here, local, state, native, official! they can be all different).

    Thank you for your artistic books Mr.Eric Carle!

    Love from India.
    Sabrina & Mila.

  2. Hola Eric. Vivimos en la isla de Fuerteventura (Canarias España) su maravilloso cuento entró en casa en el año 2010, construi con mi hija Victoria de tan solo tres añitos, con un calcetín y mucho cariño, una oruga que se convertía en la hermosa mariposa y juntas escenegrafiamos su cuento. Ahora con mi hijo Alvaro como coprotagonista hemos vuelto a contar su cuento en el aula, ayudado de frutas y chuches. Felicidades por su creatividad y amor por los cuento

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  4. I love your art work but your very hungry caterpillar book needs edited.
    It makes my skin crawl....... do you know why?
    It teaches anyone who comes in contact with it~~ wrong.
    Only an expert lepidopterist would feel the way I do.
    MOTHS COME FROM COCOONS, butterflies come from chrysalids.
    I'm not sure if you have changed this yet or not but I hope so.
    For years I've gone behind you and taught educators the difference and suggested for them to take a black magic marker change the word, so they can teach appropriately.
    I do understand that the fun make believe part is eating through all the different foods, but relying in the end on misinformation about cocoons can be hard to undo. This is evidential with your experience.........Some one taught you wrong too. And you have publicized it.
    Thank you for your attention to this matter.