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Mayberry the Caterpillar

Paperback - 01 May 2018
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Mayberry is a beautiful red and black polka dotted caterpillar who lives in the woods inside a tuna fish can. Each day she travels into the woods for new leaves to eat. One day while gathering leaves Mayberry sees something up ahead inside a bush. As she gets closer she sees it is a butterfly. As she speaks with the butterfly she learns that some day when she grows up she will become a butterfly herself. Excited with this news she rushes home and falls into a deep sleep. She dreams about the butterfly she met and dreams about her being a butterfly and all the places she would travel. The next morning, she wakes up and travels into the woods to find her new friend. Along the way, she runs into her two best friends Harry and Suzie who both want her to stay and play but Mayberry is determined to find her new friend. Eventually, Mayberry finds herself standing at the edge of a meadow with many butterflies of all colors flying high in the sky, and her friend is there too. Mayberry starts to feel like she should build something important. She climbs into the log she is standing on and wraps herself inside a cocoon. When she emerges, she is a butterfly and joins the others in the sky. As time goes by she realizes that she is missing her old friends but when she goes back to them they are nowhere to be found. She flies home but is too grown to fit inside. She finds herself all alone and falls asleep crying. Awakened by the sound of people calling her name she realizes it was all just a dream and she was still a caterpillar. Mayberry climbs out of her tuna can home and goes off into the sunset with her two best friends.

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