Balzo accompanies his mother to a store where children cannot touch anything. To avoid boredom, he pretends to be a caterpillar and accidentally bumps his head and makes a mess. Neither his mother nor the shopkeeper notice the bump but instead give Balzo a hard time because of the mess he has made. Imaginative and charming, this story illustrates the importance of forgiving children’s mishaps.
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Mar Pavon (Author)
Mar Pavon is an author of children's poetry whose works include "D'el.lusio," "Desmadrio," "La gallina Cocorina," "Gargarotes," and "Yeray poeto." Her books have been translated into Portuguese, French, and English. Sonja Wimmer is an illustrator ...