WHAT PEOPLE SAY
An amazing achievement... With a copy leapfrogging County boundaries to Hampshire to land upon a school table in William's (not the Caterpillar's) class. :)
A charming little story book with the most beautiful illustrations. Made me smile all the way through.
I loved it today thank you very much.
A lovely story with brilliant illustrations!
Can't fault this book at all, thank you very much Julie!
My Grandchildren really enjoyed William finding his strength. Lovely illustrations and they really enjoyed the website links. As a pre-school teacher, it is nice to see Julie's fun way of educating children. Really looking forward to the sequel, and excellent topic.
S L Heard
My two children absolutely love the first book! Looking forward to purchasing the sequel.
Beautiful fine drawings illustrating the story faithfully. Plenty of amusing incidental illustrations to spot and enjoy. The insects are in character: industrious, organised and disciplined ants showing teamwork. William experiences several emotions on his journey: happy sleepiness, embarrassment, feeling cross, pride, shock, concern, bashfulness and confident leadership. My grandchildren of 10, 6 and 3 are in for a treat!
J Warren, Senior Teaching Assistant
Julie visited our school to share her inspiring and beautifully illustrated stories. The children thoroughly enjoyed their time with her, especially learning about the writing process and feeling a sense of achievement as they were guided to write their own stories during her workshop.
Mrs Clare Reid, Vice Principle, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Broadstairs
Refreshing to have a traditional children's book. The illustrations are very detailed and my nephew loves it. He insists I read this to him every time I see him!