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Butterflies and Moths

by Nic Bishop

Published by Nonfiction / Scholastic, 2009
48 pages
ISBN: 978-0-439-87757-2

Ages 7 - 12

Famed photographer Nic Bishop focuses his lens on butterflies and moths in this informative and extraordinary look at nature's most beautiful insects. Larger than life photos accentuate the informative facts and surprising details described by the author. Throughout the segments on life cycles, habitats, threats and protection, and appearance, Bishop keenly delineates the similarities and differences between butterflies and moths. While butterflies tend to be the prettier and more loved creature, moths are also awarded with appreciation and amazement in this satisfying science title. CCBC categories: The Natural World.  © Cooperative Children's Book Center

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