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From Caterpillar to Butterfly




Dewey: 595.78/9
This title covers these subjects:  ButterfliesButterflies -- Life cyclesCaterpillars

From Caterpillar to Butterfly: Following the Life Cycle (Hardcover)

by Suzanne Slade

Picture Window Books
How many times does a monarch butterfly shed its skin? How does a pupa form the chrysalis? Fly through the pages of this book, and discover the life cycle of the monarch butterfly.


Reading Level: 1-4
Interest Level: 1-4
GRL: L
Lexile Level: IG 750L
Accelerated ReaderATOS Level: 4.4
AR Points: 0.5
AR Quiz Number: 123752

ISBN:  9781404849167 / 1-4048-4916-5
Publisher:  Picture Window Books
Brand:  Nonfiction Picture Books
Copyright: 2009
Language: English
Page Count:  24
Page Dimensions:  10 x 10
Binding:  Reinforced Library Binding

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Children's Literature Comprehensive Database - Sylvia Firth

The author and illustrator team for this book, part of the series titled “Amazing Science: Life Cycles,” have put together a most valuable volume for teaching beginning science and for children’s reports. The text and digital pictures are clear and concise. They present the four stages in the life of monarch butterflies. These are: egg; larva; pupa; and adult butterfly. Every other page contains sidebars that provide extra details such as the meaning of metamorphosis; how a pupa turns into liquid form and the location of the proboscis as well as how it is used. Helpful supplementary information is found at the end of the book. Included are: a glossary; a life cycle chart; a list called “Fun Facts;” a bibliography; and websites available through FactHound. The publisher’s staff has screened the websites. Purchase of this volume is recommended, as it will be a valuable tool in the primary curriculum

January 1, 2009