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.
by Mar Pavon
by Mar Pavon, Mar Pavaon
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