The Very Hungry Caterpillar

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

A Hindi/English Bilingual Picturebook

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Brilliantly Innovative Designer And Artist Eric Carle Has Dramatized The Story Of Nature'S Commonest Yet Loveliest Marvels, The Metamorphosis Of The Caterpillar Into A Butterfly, In A Picture Book To Delight As Well As Instruct The Very Youngest Reader Or Listener. The Brilliant Illustrations, Collages Of Specially Prepared Paper, And The Cleverly Die-Cut Pages Show What The Caterpillar Ate On Successive Days, Graphically Introducing Sets Of Up To Ten Objects And Also The Names Of The Days Of The Week In Rotation, As Well As Telling The Central Story Of The Transformation Of The Caterpillar.
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar
English and Hindi
Narrated By
Music By
Eric Carle
Written By
Pratibha Jain
Art By
Eric Carle
Run Time
Eric Carle
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Facts & Trivia–

ACK has sold more than 90 million copies in 20 Indian languages.

Amar Chitra Katha was the first publication to combine the comics art style with ancient Indian stories.

Lord Vishnu Has a Thousand Names!

Anant Pai, our founder-editor, wanted to acquaint Indian children with their heritage. He believed that it would help develop self esteem.

The first 10 ACKs were European fairytales! The first Indian story started with 'Krishna', ACK no.11.

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