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I saw suggestions that had something to do with Nature and Spring and I thought what the heck, I'll write something about caterpillars since they're part of Nature and Spring. So here you guys go! :D Suggested by Thumblina and Sarah365. Thank you and enjoy! AND SUGGEST MORE TOPICS FOR ME TO...
By Adriana Gold
This is dedicated to the caterpillar I raised in the 1st grade then I had to let it go when it was a butterfly. I named her lilly.
Poetry | Updated Jun 20, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
Part one of a short story set nowhere or when. Max and Viola have just robbed some Caterpillars and make a lucky escape from the R.A.I.D canines.
a modern version of alice in wonderland. a girl falls into a coma after getting hit by a car and has to find her way home through a crazy wonderland in her own mind
By Megan B
A collab-story by Megan B and Claireem!
I hope you enjoy this story written up one afternoon (to be specific, Oct. 30's afternoon).
It's a humorous spin-off of The Ugly Duckling and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Enjoy!
By Jake Yates
A good nap story for babies. Caterpillars go and do what they just do. Run around and play with the toys. They go to sleep and wait for their adventure another day.
Caterpillar turns into a butterfly.
By Jane Pan
Watch Alice In Wonderland first.
By M Jumale
A man orders a pizza minutes before the end of the world with startling consequences.
The unlikely friendship between a cucumber and a caterpiilar.
By Simple Guy
This reminds us how important our real friends are.
This story is a classic love story through the eyes of an insect (the caterpillar). Please read this and comment because I would like to know how I can improve this. I am actually planning to make this into an animated short, so please feel free to give me some constructive criticism. Thanks!
Short Story | Updated Jan 28, 2010 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Maria Mendoza
The Worm and The Caterpillar is a story drawing a comparison between the caterpillar and the worm who both begin life as crawling forms, but in the end wind up very different. This children's book depicts the timeless affirmation that the power of belief coupled with the will to try is an...
A lot of stupid humor.