ARC #1 - Charlie the Caterpillar

Charlie the Caterpillar
By Charlie Gutman

Published: 28th november 2017
Genre: Children, short stories
Edition: Ebook
Source: NatGalley
Pages: 6
My rating: 4/5 
Goodreads rating: 3.4/5
Read: 2018

The Plot 
This is a short story full of meanings, written in a very simple way, ideal to be read to young kids.
This is a story about a caterpillar that looks himself in the mirror and doesn't like what he sees. This way, he tries to do whatever it takes to feel better. One day he has to be in a cocoon and faster than he realises he has to come out of it. That's when a butterfly appears and he has a new world to discover. He likes himself better now.

Where the action takes place 
In a garden.

How is it written
Very simple.

Amazon: £6.34-1436 Kindle:£4.48
Kobo: £5.16

In Conclusion 
Personally, what I really love about this book is the artistic job. The drawings are very beautiful. 
The story foccus itself also appeals to me. The journey of self discovery and what the society wants from us: perfection. But is perfection what we should look for?

This was an ARC from 2017. First ARC ever here in the blog!


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