From Caterpillar to Butterfly Big Book (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
By Deborah Heiligman
Seen through the eyes of children, this is a step by step look at the life cycle of the butterfly. Beautiful water color paintings grace every page and capture the joy of watching the growth from egg to caterpillar to butterfly.
Where Butterflies Grow
By Joanne Ryder
Enjoy the journey of the butterfly from egg to adult. Strong visual and text creates a beautiful imagery to follow. Detailed drawing and water color paintings outline this amazing journey.
Caterpillars, Bugs & Butterflies (Take Along Guides)
By Mel Boring
Cooper Square Publishing Llc 1999
Learn all about the insect world through this study of some of the most familiar and numerous creatures. Great activities to do at home and some cautions for safety when you around insects.
National Geographic Readers: Great Migrations Butterflies
By Laura Marsh
National Geographic Children's Books 2010
Journey along with the Monarch butterfly on its trip from North America into Mexico as only National Geographic could do it. Take the 3000 mile flight with these amazing creatures and observe their brave and strong abilities.
Monarch Magic! Butterfly Activities & Nature Discoveries (Williamson Kids Good Times!
By Lynn Rosenblatt
Williamson Pub 1998
Tracking the marvelous Monarch by journaling with an online group, create art projects about butterflies, and making a butterfly feeding station are just some of the many projects that this book details for anyone who loves butterflies and wants to learn more.
Design Your Own Butterfly Garden
By Susan Sales Harkins
Mitchell Lane Publishers 2008
Kids can be the creative tool that brings butterflies into your community. This book will share the secrets of how to make a butterfly garden by planting the correct flowers and designing colors to entice butterflies to your garden.
What's the Difference Between a Butterfly and a Moth?
By Robin Koontz
Picture Window Books 2009
Learn the secrets for telling the difference between a moth and a butterfly so that you can be able to identify them with one look.