All Aboard Reading Level 1 Young children can try out their reading wings as they learn about the life cycle of a butterfly The simply written text goes hand in hand with the striking cut paper artwork of Spider s Lunch artist Ron Broda to create a colorful introduction to these fascinating insects.
Butterflies All Aboard Reading Level Young children can try out their reading wings as they learn about the life cycle of a butterfly The simply written text goes hand in hand with the striking cut paper artwor
I dunno about the kid he wasn t actually listening, so much but I learned four things from this book 1 there are butterflies somewhere in the world whose wingspans are equal to that of a robin2 A freshly hatched caterpillar looks just like a flaccid dick, no matter the illustrator s skill3 butterflies close their wings when resting, and moths do not4 even stupid kids books out to have endnotes Seriously A list of the butterflies in the illustrations woulda exponentially improved this book Why bo [...]
For a 1st or 2nd grader, this would be very informative and interesting to know about caterpillars and Monarchs However, there is nothing about that the Monarch caterpillar only eats milkweed leaves I think this is important, but maybe when the book was written or maybe the author didn t know , milkweeds were not so in danger of disappearing.
Science Fiction This book is good for teaching students about butterflies, how they live and what they eat This book falls under the fiction because of the pictures that are displayed throughout the book as well as the writing style This book is best for kindergarten.
5 yo I liked when the caterpillar turned into a big beautiful butterfly.
Compares butterflies to moths, size, color, and where they live.