The best way to learn about a caterpillar is to watch one close up. With love and care, a grandfather shows his granddaughter the tiny dome-shaped eggs, explains how caterpillars shed their skins as they grow bigger and bigger, and watches with her as one special caterpillar emerges from its pupa transformed into a beautiful butterfly.
"The text does an excellent job of describing the metamorphosis of a swallowtail butterfly, and the closeup, vibrant drawings of each developmental stage are outstanding." — School Library Journal
- 3|Page Count:32|Product Height:9.8125""|Product Width:9.0625""|Author(s):Vivian French|Book Format:Softcover|Book Type:Non-Fiction|Illustrator:Charlotte Voake|Book Series:Read and Wonder"
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