Book Review Of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
In this story, a small caterpillar emerges from an egg and begins eating everything in sight. Finally, it’s no longer hungry and no longer small. The big, fat caterpillar builds a cacoon around himself and finally emerges as a beautiful butterfly.
But when we read a story what we’re actually doing is learning something from it so in this story the moral of the story we can say is change. Change is inevitable in life. In fact, it’s the only continual in this world. So, This is the way to adapt to change which sets some of us apart and defines who we are and how can we live our lives.
It applies to both situations doesn’t matter if it’s good or bad it will change and change again once a good time gonna change to bad and bad times gonna change to good it’s the process to live life.
The main idea that this story show is “hope”. The very hungry caterpillar story is about hope. You, like the little bird, will grow up, unfold your wings and fly off into the sky. Eric Carle is a creator and illustrator of many children’s picture books, and the college artwork within them is very recognizable.
Hope we all should have in life no matter how hard the times are they will pass and will get better within time you just need to hold on to the hope. Once you start losing hope you start to lose the right path toward your goals all you start to think about is the negative parts that come your way which is enough to demotivate you from your right path. There’s nothing in life that cannot get better over time. Things take time and hope to get better.
The book mentions that caterpillars ate apples, pears, palms, oranges, strawberries, chocolate, a sample, a lollipop, a watermelon, and some leaves.