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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1998 - Butterflies. - 46 pages
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These beautifully photographed books capture the natural essence of favorite animal families in glorious detail.

Readers discover fascinating facts about these animals, including where they live, how they are adapted to their habitat, how they raise their young, how their complex social systems work, and how world conservation efforts are helping to save them.

Author Sheila Buff is a well-known nature writer and editor whose books include The Gardener's Sourcebook, Birding for Beginners, and Nature Walks In and Around New York City. Her animal series is certain to delight nature lovers of every stripe.

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Sheila Buff is a freelance writer specializing in natural history, gardening, & the outdoors. She is the author of "The Great Tomato Book", "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Birdwatching", "The Birder's Sourcebook", "The Birdfeeder's Handbook", & many other titles. She lives & gardens on five acres in Milan, New York,

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