The little moth who wanted to be a butterfly
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20.5 x 25.0 cm
More than anything else, the little moth wants to be a butterfly and be accepted by the butterflies. And so she gives up tasty smelly socks in favour of scented roses, works on her flying style and even stays awake all day instead of fluttering around at night. And then one day, the whole charade comes to an end when she happens to land on a lavender plant. She faints and falls to the ground, where she meets a bat who would much rather be a bird and, just like her, is trying hard to be something he’s not in order to make his dream come true. The two realise how foolish that is, how beautiful the night is and how wonderful it is just to be yourself. Complete with smelly socks.
An amusing picture book from duo Dully&Dax about identity and self-confidence.