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Caterpillars & Butterflies

Branch Cecilton Branch

Created by Lisa Hanyok
  • Details about From Egg to Butterfly: Start to Finish, Second Series

    From Egg to Butterfly: Start to Finish, Second Series

    Shannon Zemlicka; Rosemary Benson (Narrated by); Jennifer Stoke (Produced by); Bee Audio (Produced by)

    How does an egg become a butterfly? Follow each step in nature's cycle - from egg to brightly colored insect - in this fascinating book!…more

  • Details about National Geographic Readers: Caterpillar to Butterfly

    National Geographic Readers: Caterpillar to Butterfly

    Laura Marsh

    Butterflies are all around us. It's hard to believe these majestic insects with impressive wingspans and beautifully colored and patterned wings were once creepy crawly caterpillars. How in the world does this transformation happen? This Level 1 Reader gives kids an up-close look at exactly how a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. With bonus information including different types of butterflies and poisonous caterpillars, this reader is one of a kind. This high-interest, educationally vetted serie……more

  • Details about The Very Hungry Caterpillar

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

    by Eric Carle

    This book enables the teacher to raise the language awareness of the whole class as they follow the evolution of the caterpillar in days, foods and numbers.…more

  • Details about Don't Worry Bear

    Don't Worry Bear

    by Greg Foley

    The star of "Thank You Bear" returns to make a wonderful new discovery. When Caterpillar tells Bear that he is making a cocoon, Bear is worried. Will Caterpillar be safe? Incredibly touching in its simplicity, "Don't Worry Bear" reveals the very heart of friendship. Full color.…more

  • Details about A Garden of Opposites

    A Garden of Opposites

    by Nancy Davis

    Enter this beautiful garden and see what opposites you'll find! A short caterpillar and a long garden snake, a closed bud and an open blossom. These delightful images will teach youngsters about basic opposite concepts, and about the charms and wonders of the outdoors! This simple book has a surprise treat at the end--a gatefold displaying the whole garden, with opposites galore for little ones to search for. Plus, sturdy cardstock pages make this book perfect for reading indoors . . . or for ta……more

  • Details about Arabella Miller's Tiny Caterpillar

    Arabella Miller's Tiny Caterpillar

    Clare Jarrett (Illustrator)

    Keeping watch over a caterpillar leads to amazing surprises in a bright, buoyant read-aloud inspired by a children's verse. When Arabella Miller finds a tiny caterpillar, she brings him home and feeds him lots and lots of leaves. Soon the not-so-tiny caterpillar sheds his skin and disappears inside his chrysalis. Arabella misses her friend, but when he finally emerges, she is filled with wonder at the beautiful creature he has become. Clare Jarrett's sweet story and vibrant illustrations weave……more

  • Details about In My Flower

    In My Flower

    Sara Gillingham; Lorena Siminovich (Illustrator); Chronicle Books Staff

    Turn the colorful die-cut pages of this irresistible board book to discover just what makes little butterfly's flower so cozy. Bright pictures, sweet reassuring messages, unique layered pages, and an adorable finger puppet combine to create interactive reading and playtime fun!…more

  • Details about Gotta Go! Gotta Go!

    Gotta Go! Gotta Go!

    Sam Swope; Sue Riddle (Illustrator)

    An incredible journey "I don't know much, but I know what I know. I gotta go! I gotta go! I gotta go to Mexico!" The creepy-crawly bug doesn't know why she does what she does. She only knows she has to do it. But making the journey seems impossible for the slow-moving critter, who has no idea what or where Mexico is. Then an everyday miracle occurs, bringing a transformation that will help her fulfill her destiny. Each autumn, millions of Monarch butterflies migrate from the central and eastern……more