The Caterpillar’s Dream

Kip the caterpillar loves to explore, but you can’t go fast when you move in slow motion. In his cozy cocoon, he dreams of flying. but is it only a dream? This is a charming tale of transformation that creates feelings of optimism and self confidence, and gently encourages children of all ages to reach for their dreams. 

Suggested age for readers: 2-6

ISBN: 978-0-9660839-4-1  
8.5×8.5 inch paperback – $9.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reviews

My parents were both alcoholics. As a child, I never had hope.  This book gives children hope. – Tina, Port Angeles, WA


The Caterpillar’s Dream is an adorable rhyming story. The book gently encourages your child to appreciate the world and reach for his dreams. The cute cover and adorable illustrations will captivate your young reader. This story is so sweet that you’ll be sitting down and reading it together time and again, and the small size will allow you to tuck it into your purse to take with you to meetings and doctor’s office visits. A fun and inspiring story! – Cheryl C. Malandrinos, freelance writer


My 18 month old and three year old love this darling little book. We have several copies! Kip the caterpillar is a household name around here. A wonderful and inspiring message and an entertaining little book for tots. Highly recommended. – S. Twist, Seattle, WA


I got this book two years ago for my four year old – now she reads it to her little brother! We love The Caterpillar’s Dream! –  Liz, Sequim, WA


 

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Testimonials

"Sally M. Harris has written beautiful books that create feelings of optimism and self confidence that children will love. As a therapist, I recommend them to my colleagues and patients.” Julie Dinsmore-Myers, CSW - Seattle, WA

"As a former special education teacher, I'm very impressed with Sally Harris and her delightful books. She has presented feelings, colors, science, and more into her books."
Chickie Hiyoshida, Sequim, WA.

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