Front Cover
Thames and Hudson, 1993 - Entomology - 64 pages
A book about studying insects that teaches children to raise caterpillars and watch their metamorphosis into butterflies or moths, search for insects in fields, keep crickets at home and observe their territoriality, and more. Part of the Children's School of Science series. Almost 200 photos.

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About the author (1993)

A graduate of Cornell University and of Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, Ellen Doris has rich experience both writing about and teaching science. She has taught and written for both children and teachers. Her teaching extends from the classroom to museums, outdoor settings, and teacher education programs. She is now Assistant Director of Studies at The Common School in Amhers, MA.

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