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Waiting for Wings

af Lois Ehlert

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Illustrates the life cycle of four common butterflies by featuring butterfly and flower facts, butterfly identification tips, and a guide to creating a butterfly garden.

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Butterflies lay eggs on various plants. Little caterpillars hatch and grow, then spin chrysalises, emerge as butterflies and search for nectar to eat.
This is a rhyming book about the life cycle of the butterfly. The book itself is fairly simple, not going into detail about the anatomy of various stages of the life cycle. However, at the end of the book there are several pages of different butterflies and moths next to their corresponding caterpillar and chrysalis along with their favorite food. I like this book paired with some observation time out in nature. It can be a fun, quick read or you can use it for an in depth lesson. I also love the collage style of the illustrations. ( )
  atreffinger | Nov 16, 2019 |
This book can be used as a way of introducing the exploration of butterflys and metamorphosis. The unconventional pages are ways for engaging students of all reading levels even though the text is mostly at emergent level. Early and emergent readers will be able to practice formulating reading skills with a colorful text. ( )
  TiaYoung | Nov 11, 2019 |
Genre: Informational

Summary: In a book geared towards young readers, (4-6,) kids can see the process that occurs when a caterpillar turns into a butterfly in a story-like format. In the back of the book there are different illustrations that depict the parts of a butterfly and flowers.

Review: The illustrations an this book are very bright and exciting to the eye. I like the story-like format for young readers, and I believe that this book presents scientifically relevant and accurate information for a young reader.
  ebrink15 | Sep 1, 2018 |
Preschool 3-5
The illustrations in this book are beautiful and engaging. There are two stories within this book and it's shown in a unique way. Students learn about the life cycle of a butterfly and can make text-to-world connections through this book.
  Kiante | Feb 26, 2018 |
The story is about the life cycle of a butterfly. It has vivid descriptions and it a great book for visualizing. ( )
  SharleyWade | Feb 26, 2018 |
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Illustrates the life cycle of four common butterflies by featuring butterfly and flower facts, butterfly identification tips, and a guide to creating a butterfly garden.

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