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What's the Difference Between a Butterfly and a Moth?

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Do you know the differences between a butterfly and a moth? One animal has furry feelers and a chubby body. The other has clubbed feelers and a thin body. Find out which animal is which.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Picture Window Books
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Robyn J
Twin Text: Butterflies:

What’s the Difference Between Butterfly and a Moth? by Robin Koontz

1. Belle: The Amazing, Astonishing, Magical Journey of an Artfully, Painted Lady by Mary Lee Corlett, 2011.

2. These books will be the basis of the butterfly unit that I’ll present in the library, in April. I really like using the nonfiction selection to share facts and information with students when I present a new theme. Sharing a story allows students to synthesize the facts and extend the information th
Kristine Pratt
Basic but solid information. If you're looking for something to introduce these concepts to young readers, this book is just the right introduction to moths and butterflies. And I can keep them straight now myself!
I learned that a cocoon is for moths and chrysalis is for a butterfly. I always mixed the two of them up. Now I think I'll remember. This is the kind of book that a kid could read and really get into. The text isn't too difficult and the information that the author provides is easy enough to understand. I liked and I'm sure a child would too.
Very informative and the illustrations are beautiful!
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Robin Koontz has been writing and illustrating books for children since 1986. Her publications include novelty books, early readers, picture books, nonfiction, short stories for middle-grade readers, magazine articles, and classroom supplemental materials. One of her new books, LEAPS AND CREEPS, was a final
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