By John Woodward
Many childrens have spent summer season afternoons chasing fantastically coloured butterflies round the backyard. This ebook, jam-packed with bright photos, exhibits readers those sleek bugs in sharp element, from caterpillar to cocoon to winged insect.
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Braun, Eric, and Sandra Donovan. Butterflies. Chicago: Heinemann-Raintree, 2002. Learn about butterflies that live in the rain forest, how they survive and how their future looks. Hibbert, Clare. Life of a Butterfly. Chicago: Heinemann-Raintree, 2002. A look at the lives of butterflies worldwide and the dangers faced by them. Nelson, Sara. Butterflies. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2008. This book contains information about, and photographs of, butterflies found all over the world. Slade, Suzanne.
Just plant some flowers in a sunny place. Some of the butterfly’s favorite plants are lilies, marigolds, lavender, and a plant known as the butterfly bush. See how many different types of butterfly visit. Planting a butterfly garden in the backyard can be great fun. You will see lots of different butterflies. Remember to plant the flowers that they like! 29 Glossary abdomen: The soft-skinned, back part of an insect’s body. antennae: The “feelers” on the head of an insect, which it uses partly to migration: A regular journey that an animal makes in search of somewhere to feed, breed, or avoid cold weather.
Remember to plant the flowers that they like! 29 Glossary abdomen: The soft-skinned, back part of an insect’s body. antennae: The “feelers” on the head of an insect, which it uses partly to migration: A regular journey that an animal makes in search of somewhere to feed, breed, or avoid cold weather. nectar: The scented, sugary fluid feel its way around but mainly to produced by flowers to attract animals pick up scents. such as insects. aphids: Small bugs such as greenfly that suck the sugary sap of plants.