Caterpillar Kisses: Lessons My Kindergarten Class Taught Me About Life

Published By: Doubleday Religion

Book Category: Non-Fiction, Self-Help

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Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Sometimes, when we read a book, we just want to feel good. We want to feel that the hard work and dedication to something we believe in, is in fact worth it. If you agree with these statements, Caterpillar Kisses by Christine Pisera Naman is a book you don't want to miss.

Pisera Naman is a former kindergarten teacher who, while teaching and caring for numerous classes over the years, watched her charges change from wiggly little caterpillars to confident new butterflies. Along the way the teacher realizes that not only are the children learning about themselves and their world but that she is learning and changing also.

The twelve vignettes shared in this little book are poignant, funny, exhilarating, hopeful and life-affirming. And they can only be told by an adult who cares enough to really see the miracles of life through the eyes of children. Give this book to anyone who wants and needs to see the magic in the world.

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