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Butterfly or Moth?

How Do You Know?

Series: Which Animal Is Which?

By Melissa Stewart

How can you tell a butterfly from a moth? What is the difference? With colorful photographs and clear language, author Melissa Stewart shows young readers how to identify these animals using critical thinking skills. Find all the tips and hints you need to tell these two animals apart!

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-3678-9$25.27$18.95

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"This clearly written volume lays out the differences between butterflies and moths in double-page spreads that allow readers to compare the characteristics of the two animals . . . Well designed for its purpose, this book . . . will be a useful addition to classroom units and a rewarding science book to share with young children."

Booklist, April 1, 2011

". . . these dual profiles of common creatures should give budding naturalists an increased understanding of how scientists use appearance and behavior to classify sometimes-similar living things . . . Consider these books to lay groundwork for nature expeditions and for later studies of taxonomy."

School Library Journal, April 2011

"This clever compare-and-contrast approach makes differences between often-confused creatures easy to understand and remember."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2011

"The series is an excellent addition to a study unit on animals."

Children's Literature

"What makes this series so outstanding is the excellent close-up photography. Readers can easily see the differences between the animals without being bogged down by overwhelming text. These high quality books would be a welcome addition to an elementary animal science collection. They will be appreciated by animal lovers browsing the collection and classroom teachers presenting a beginning lesson on animal biology. A creative language arts teacher might even employ these volumes in a unit on opposites/antonyms and synonyms, drawing parallels from the animal world."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2011

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