Craig Benzan

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Craig Benzan

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description An excerpt from the audiobook version of The Caterpillar That Became Enlightened, by Darryl Diptee. Narrated by Craig Benzan and his daughter Miu Benzan.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
there once was a baby caterpillar named Sue Me, who woke up one day in the forest as she climbed out of her shell. She wasn't sure how she got there. Soon he thought to herself, So am I. I am a year. Uh, Sumi crawled around the forest floor and met other baby caterpillars. They had a lot of fun looking for leaves on the ground to eat on windy days. Leaves would fall to the ground and everyone would be full and happy. But if no wind blew, no leaves would fall and they would get hungry and sad. Soon he realized that she was always searching for leaves to make her happy. She had to be more to life than this, she thought soon he was tired of always going from being full and happy to being hungry and sad. She thought to herself, way to end my sadness and be had before ever. One day, while crawling along the forest floor, sunis head bumped into a tall tree. Ouch! What? This? I have never seen anything like this before. Where does it go? We'll take me. She was very hungry because no wind blew that day. soon he knew that she would find a yummy leaf on the ground if she just kept looking. But she was tired of always searching for food and happiness. I will know that the wing can tell my happiness any longer. So Sue Me began to climb the tree toe, a place she had never been before. At first, she was scared, but assume he saw the high branches. She could not believe her eyes. She saw plenty of fresh, green, yummy leaves for her and all of her friends. I never be hungry, are said ever again, she said. Soon he looked down and saw her friends crawling on the forest floor. She went back to tell them the good news. Hi, everyone. I have good news. Fresh green leaves at the top of that tree. Soon he could tell that her friends were all very afraid of the tree, One of her friends said. The last caterpillar that climbed a tree was never seen again. Another friend said. I heard he tried to walk on air. Trees are dangerous, said another. No matter how hard she tried, Sumi could not get her friends to climb the tree with her. She was sad to leave her friends behind as she climbed the tree alone, but she knew that her life would be better in the high branches.