Monday, February 17, 2014

Jefferson the Colorful Caterpillar by Crystal Clifton

Jefferson the Colorful Caterpillar
Crystal Clifton
Illustrator: Deanna Sysco
Published: January 6, 2014
Publisher: Anchor Group Publishing

Making fun of someone is never a nice thing to do, especially when you don’t know what they might become in the future. Find out what happens to Jefferson that surprised all his friends.


This is a magnificent story that captured my and my niece's attention through the colorful illustrations. She just couldn't get enough of the colors and she did a lot of pointing at the screen while I read to her. I also loved the moral of the story as well. It drives home a perfect meaning and can be used as a great teaching book. There many different words too, that will help a child to develop their vocabulary too. I highly recommend this story to adults, teachers, and children that will want to read this story over and over again.

I received a e-ARC copy of the book, directly from the author, in return for an honest review.

About the Author

Crystal Clifton is married and has 4 children and 6 grand children and her Childrens Books are loosely based on them. She was raised in Dalhart Texas of which she still calls home and loves to visit it as much as possible. She currently resides in Michigan with her Son his wife and their daughter, she also has a home in Colbert,Georgia. Writing has always been a passion of Crystals and her mom told her one day it would bring her success. Crystal has been writing since she was about eleven years old. She wrote any where form poetry to plays and a couple of songs. She is a people person and has been told she never leaves a place without making a new friend.

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