Fly, Monarch! Fly!

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Marshall Cavendish Children, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Join Minna, Pip, Mom, and Dad on a visit to Butterfly Place as they meet Bert the Butterfly Man. They hunt for monarch butterfly eggs and caterpillars, and see the amazing change from pupa to adult monarch butterfly. They learn all about monarchs, metamorphosis, and monarch migration. Nancy Elizabeth Wallace's sunny cut-paper artwork and lively text entertain as they teach about one of nature's most remarkable creatures. A make-a-butterfly magnet craft and additional monarch facts and resources are included.

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User Review  - matthewbloome - LibraryThing

This was a great primary text about monarch butterflies, taking a more interactive approach to the writing and suggesting additional activities that the reader can try in order to understand monarchs ... Read full review

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User Review  - amartin2787 - LibraryThing

FLY, MONARCH, FLY! is an excellent book that explores butterflies from an egg to a butterfly. The book focuses on a family of rabbits that visit the butterfly place to learn more about these ... Read full review

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Nancy Elizabeth Wallace lives in Branford, Connecticut.

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