The Caterpillar who dreamed of flying! @poshdanyal

About the Book

The Caterpillar who dreamed of flying!

An enchanting forest full of beautiful tall trees gushing rivers and lovely lakes
bright foliage everywhere you looked
brilliant coloured flowers everywhere
what else could you wish for?
Ahhh! you and I could be perfectly
happy in such an exotic place
but not our little friend.

Meet Melvin a beautiful caterpillar who lived with his many siblings
among the milk thistle bushes.

Melvin would have the greatest time chomping on the delicious green leaves
playing with his insect friends.
Among the shady trees, on the many branches
Melvin would explore his beautiful surroundings.

Every day, he would make new friends and discover something
new and wonderful until one day
he suddenly saw a most lovely sight that left him in awe!

Melvin saw some beautiful creatures, brilliantly colored, flying among the trees!
Who were these fascinating beings? Were they fairies?
Were they elves?

A wonderful surprise awaits you, dear Reader!

The Caterpillar who dreamed of flying!

About the Author

The author completed her elementary and middle school at an Anglican boarding school in Murree Pakistan. She finished high school in Louisiana USA. After college, she worked as a nursery teacher and now resides in Saudi Arabia with her family.

Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book, The Caterpillar who dreamed of flying! What is it about?

My book is a children’s book about butterfly metamorphosis told in an imaginary way. Besides teaching little children about the butterfly life cycle the story can inspire children to follow their dreams.
The book also has learning activities related to the butterfly life-cycle

Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, The Caterpillar who dreamed of flying! is it directed at any particular market?

Young parents and early childhood educators.
I would hope bookstores specializing in children’s books would be interested.

Qn 3: Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors, which are your favourite and why?

The silver sword by Ian Serrailier, and Little Women by Louisa Alcott are some of my favourites. These authors have the ability to hold the readers attention throughout the book.

Qn 4: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?

Have confidence in yourself. Like any skill, good writing is required. The more you write the more chances you have of succeeding.

Qn 5: Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?


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