The Butterfly Dance by Suzanne Barton

What is a children’s story book without engaging illustrations, cute characters and a good end lesson to teach? 

The Butterfly Dances excels in each of these areas and more!

This is a beautifully illustrated book that will almost immediately catches the reader’s attention. One can tell this is a mindfully developed story book to keep up the interest of the younger ones as they flip through the pages. 

The two central characters of this story are the caterpillars named Dotty and Stripe. They are the best of friends till they transition into becoming butterflies and start looking different. As they navigate through the meaning of friendship they eventually accept each other regardless of their appearances.

This is a heartwarming story of  friendship, acceptance and transition which is sure to get imprinted in the young minds. It is also a simple tale touching upon the concept of life cyle of butterflies while also introducing other insects and the idea of seasons! 

The characters and the burst of colors in each page makes this story all the more exciting. 

Winning in so many aspects, this is a carefully crafted children’s book that you must not miss!

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