Kibble, by Anita Gnan

A warm and humorous tale about a young, vulnerable caterpillar named Kibble who’s afraid to turn into a butterfly. Inspired by an unlikely mentor, Kibble discovers the joys of getting wings, the value of friendship, and how to overcome his fear. Focused on nature, the environment, and respect for all living things, “Kibble” is a heartfelt coming-of-age story that engages young readers, parents, and teachers through down-to-earth characters and entertaining yet meaningful situations. Additional fun facts and information following the story explain metamorphosis, pollination, and the life cycle of butterflies and moths in an easy-to-grasp, child-friendly way, making it a great resource for classrooms, museums, and nature enthusiasts.

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