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A Place for Butterflies

A Place for Butterflies - Melissa Stewart

A Place for Butterflies


This fact-filled, colorful book looks at the amazing world of butterflies.
Melissa Stewart shares with young readers the basic facts about butterflies and some pointers on how youngsters can help butterflies in their own neighborhood. Bond's realistically detailed illustrations highlight the diversity of the species, from the Schaus swallowtail butterflies in southern Florida to the endangered Mitchell's satyrs. A Place for Butterflies reminds children of the interconnectedness of our world and shows how the actions of one species can inadvertently harm another.

Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association

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This fact-filled, colorful book looks at the amazing world of butterflies.
Melissa Stewart shares with young readers the basic facts about butterflies and some pointers on how youngsters can help butterflies in their own neighborhood. Bond's realistically detailed illustrations highlight the diversity of the species, from the Schaus swallowtail butterflies in southern Florida to the endangered Mitchell's satyrs. A Place for Butterflies reminds children of the interconnectedness of our world and shows how the actions of one species can inadvertently harm another.

Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association


Butterfly lovers, unite

Butterfly species are disappearing in the U.S., and award-winning nonfiction science writer Melissa Stewart shares why and how we can help. A teacher and classroom favorite from the celebrated A Place for... series

Once abundant monarch butterflies are disappearing in the U.S....but that's only part of the story. Many other butterfly species are also in trouble, and human action is often the cause of their plight. What can we do to help protect this important insect?

In clear and compelling language, Melissa Stewart showcases twelve North American butterflies--from the familiar eastern tiger swallowtail to the rare Palos Verdes blue butterfly--and the ecosystems that support their survival. The simple narrative states the dangers that each of these butterfly populations face, and informative sidebars describe the efforts of people to save them. Featuring glorious full-color illustrations by Higgins Bond and range maps for each butterfly, this book is perfect for aspiring entomologists and conservationists.

This nonfiction picture book is part of the prize-winning A Place for... series, six titles that open readers' minds to a wide range of environmental issues and shows how humans are striving to protect animals and their natural habitats.

Also available:
A Place for Bats
A Place for Birds
A Place for Fish
A Place for Frogs
A Place for Turtles

Teacher's Guide available.

Awards:

Best Children's Books of the Year / Bank Street College of Education
Conservation Book of the Year Award / Izaak Walton League of America
Green Earth Book Award (Nonfiction) / Newton Marasco Foundation
NSTA Recommends / National Science Teachers Association

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