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Monarchs and other butterflies

Rob Knight

Monarchs and other butterflies

by Rob Knight

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by World Book in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Butterflies,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Monarch butterfly

  • About the Edition

    This book introduces young readers to the world of monarchs and other butterflies, discussing their body parts, the differences between butterflies and moths, and areas of the world they live in.

    Edition Notes

    Statement[book author: Rob Knight]
    SeriesWorld Book"s animals of the world, World Book"s animals of the world
    ContributionsWorld Book, Inc
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27118414M
    ISBN 100716613379
    ISBN 109780716613374
    OCLC/WorldCa76699379

      Please consider the new book, How To Raise Monarch Butterflies A Step-by-Step Guide for Kids, Firefly Books, Highly acclaimed by Time Magazine for Kids, the Washington Post, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and countless others, it packs a lot of information into just 48 beautifully photographed pages. Click to read more about Monarchs And Other Butterflies (World Book's Animals of the World) by Rob Knight. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers5/5.

    This is a rhyming illustrated picture book designed with large font for easy reading written and illustrated by Shiree Schumacher, ideal for preschool children and new entrants. It shows the metamorphosis of a monarch butterfly in an endearing way with plenty of guesses till the reveal at the end. Price – $18 + $ P&P ISBN –   To appeal to monarchs and other butterflies, plant a nine-square-foot plot in a sunny location with a mix of nectar plants and milkweed, a : Malia Wollan.

      Western monarch butterflies spend their winters in Pismo Beach and other sites on the central California coast. A few months later, they breed in .   In , around one billion monarchs wintered there, but in , a little less than 50 million monarchs traveled there.


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Monarchs And Other Butterflies (World Book's Animals of the World) Hardcover – April 1, Format: Hardcover. Anurag Agrawal's book is easy to read, has a poetic rhythm to it, and yet it is a book about science. It describes the facts of the monarch butterfly's life, as we currently know them, and it also relates amusing moments from the lives of those studying the monarch's life cycle and migration by: Monarchs and Other Butterflies book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. World Book's Animals of the World appeals to student' /5. ~ Steve Bender, Southern Living magazine’s “The Grumpy Gardener” I found Kylee Baumle’s lovely new book, The Monarch, Saving Our Most Loved Butterfly.

a riveting tale of biology and conservation. The intricacies of the butterfly's life history, migration and overwintering biology are engagingly narrated and beautifully illustrated with high quality color images/5().

"Monarch butterflies are a familiar sight, but they have a hidden life of astonishing, beautiful complexity. In Monarchs and Milkweed, Anurag Agrawal offers an unprecedented tour of the lives of these insects, based on cutting-edge research into their evolution."—Carl Zimmer, coauthor of.

*Starred Review* Frost, whose previous books include novels in verse such as The Braid () and Printz Honor Book Keesha’s House (), found inspiration in her own backyard for this picture book, which shows the interconnected life cycles of the monarch butterfly and the milkweed plant/5(26).

As with many Barbara Kingsolver books, too drawn out,too many plight of the Monarch Butterflies survival was interestingly wonderful creature deserves to be protected and this book helped to highlight how vulnerable it's life has warming and Climate the key messages throughout the by: 2.

Since starting our Monarch Butterfly Garden less than a decade ago, it hasn’t taken long to achieve serious results.

Not only has our garden attracted more monarchs, it’s also attracted lots of other pollinators including swallowtails, red admirals, painted ladies, and honey bees even hyper-winged hummingbirds.

Back in February, the Obama Administration committed $ million toward saving the monarch nmental activists, deeply concerned by the monarch’s alarming decline, applauded the move. Monarchs, other butterflies, and numerous pollinators need nectar.

By providing nectar sources that bloom sequentially or continuously during the season (as many butterfly plants do) your Monarch Waystation can provide resources for monarchs throughout the.

Join our Closed Facebook Group so you can Ask Questions, Post Photos, and Discuss Raising Monarchs with other monarch enthusiasts across the country.

Group details will be emailed with your raising guide receipt. Save 15% on a Monarch Butterfly Kit by bundling the book with one of our butterfly cages; Why a PDF file.

Get this from a library. Monarchs and other butterflies. [Rob Knight; World Book, Inc.] -- Questions and answers provide information about monarchs and a variety of other butterflies. The monarch is the only butterfly known to make a two-way migration as birds do.

Unlike other butterflies that can overwinter as larvae, pupae, or even as adults in some species, monarchs cannot survive the cold winters of northern climates. Using environmental cues, the monarchs know when it is time to travel south for the winter. Get this from a library. Monarchs and other butterflies.

[World Book, Inc.;] -- Question and answer format explores the world of monarchs and other butterflies. Get the Book. Here are a few ways to purchase Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife, Expanded Second Edition.

Local Booksellers: Look for the book at your local bookstore, garden center, botanic garden shop or any other place that sells garden and wildlife it’s not on the shelves, ask them to order it for you.

Retailers: Order a supply of books at wholesale. Monarch butterfly by Gail Gibbons was a very informative book on how butterflies become and how they survive in the world with the climate change.

It talked about the different stages that a butterfly has to go though to become a butterfly, from the egg, to the cocoon, to the beautiful butterfly/5. The monarch butterfly or simply monarch (Danaus plexippus) is a milkweed butterfly (subfamily Danainae) in the family Nymphalidae.

Other common names depending on region include milkweed, common tiger, wanderer, and black veined brown. It may be the most familiar North American butterfly, and is considered an iconic pollinator species. Its wings feature an easily recognizable black, orange Family: Nymphalidae.

Two inspirational books in one. Written in kid-friendly language. Beautifully detailed photographs of both the Monarch butterfly and Cecropia moth at every stage.

A tactile resource for a child to reference for school projects or an educational hobby. A wonderful, informative gift for. You might be familiar with the butterfly gardener catchphrase plant it and they will come.

The it I am referring to is, of course, milkweed the lifeblood of monarchs!. Milkweed comes in many sizes, flower colors, and growth habits for North American Gardens. The good news is that monarchs will utilize many different species of milkweed to support their life cycle.

Monarch butterfly migration is the phenomenon, mainly across North America, where the subspecies Danaus plexippus plexippus migrates each summer and autumn to and from overwintering sites on the West Coast of California or mountainous sites in Central Mexico.

Other subspecies perform minor migrations or none at all. This massive movement of butterflies has been called "one of the most. Experts say the monarch butterfly could very well go extinct in the next 20 years.

"If we want to have monarchs migrate through the western U.S., as they have for centuries, sustained work isAuthor: Eve Watling.

Commercial businesses sell the butterflies for mass releases at weddings and other events. In all, Dr. Davis estimated that people free “easily hundreds of thousands” of captive-born monarchs.Here at we offer what you need to grow Monarch butterflies: (1) Monarch eggs and/or larvae (caterpillars), (2) milkweed plants for the caterpillars to feed on, and (3) easy to use, clean, and store Popup mesh cages.

We also offer information on how to raise Monarchs in your home or in the classroom.