Butterflies and Moths
Butterflies and Moths
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Annotation: Colorful or dull. Wings up or wings down. Active at night or prefers daylight. Is it a butterfly or moth? Learn how these beautiful insects are alike and how they differ.
Catalog Number: #600413594
Format: Ebook
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Special Formats: Manga Manga Ebook USL Ebook Ebook USL Ebook Unlimited School License Downloadable Downloadable
Copyright Date: 2018
Edition Date: 2018
Pages: 32
Territory: World
Availability: Available
ISBN: 1-634-40215-4
ISBN 13: 978-1-634-40215-6
Dewey: 595
Language: English
Reviews:
ALA Booklist
Each book in the Animal Look-Alikes series examines two creatures with similar appearances and teaches readers how to tell them apart through comparison and contrast. An introductory section presents the group or family to which each animal pair belongs, citing shared features before addressing differences in the subjects' features (form and function), size, diets, habitats, and ranges. With the exception of Butterflies and Moths, a "Where in the World?" spread appears in each volume, positioning the featured animals on a color-coded world map. The uncluttered layout uses colorful page borders and crisp photos, often captioned or labeled, that successfully illustrate the text. Chrysalises are pitted against cocoons in Butterflies and Moths, which helps readers identify these insects by their antennae, wing structure, and time of day during which they're active. A word on the importance of protecting animals closes each volume. These informative books come with an irresistible hook and well-organized content, though having supplemental information on animal classification is recommended.
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School Library Journal
Word Count: 1,650
Reading Level: 4.6
Interest Level: 2-5
Accelerated Reader: reading level: 4.6 / points: 0.5 / quiz: 195397 / grade: Lower Grades
Lexile: 600L
Guided Reading Level: P
Fountas & Pinnell: P

Colorful or dull. Wings up or wings down. Active at night or prefers daylight. Is it a butterfly or moth? Learn how these beautiful insects are alike and how they differ.


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