In Cavenaugh and Caldecott, Caldecott has been visiting friends. He returns puzzled and asks, Cavenaugh, have you ever wondered why we go about eating green leaves? Cavenaugh laughs. Why would I wonder about a thing like that? It's what we do. Leaves are so that we can eat them. We are so that we can eat leaves. What's there to think about? Yeah, I guess you're right, but my friends just told me that if we're t careful, eating green leaves will get us 'hatched again.' What does it mean to be hatched again? Is it a wondrous goal which all caterpillars should strive to achieve, or a deadly falsehood that should be spurned, even in the face of grave personal sacrifice? Follow the two loveable friends, Cavenaugh and Caldecott, as they test their faith and search for true meaning in their lives as lowly caterpillars.