Are You a
Butterfly (Backyard Books) by Judy Allen.
Allows children to imagine themselves as butterflies.
Born to be a
Butterfly by Karen Wallace.
Terrific photographs and simple text give facts about
Alphabet Book by Brian Cassie and Ferry Pallotta.
Every letter of the alphabet provides information on a
different aspect or type of butterfly.
House by Eve Bunting.
This popular author pens a lovely story about a young
girl and her grandfather rescuing a caterpillar and
watching it change to a butterfly.
How They Grow by Mary Ling.
Wonderful photographs accompany the informational, yet
simple text, of this book.
by Anca Hariton.
A simple story on the five week process of caterpillar
Caterpillar by Vivian French.
A little girl gets a lesson in the birth of butterflies
from her grandfather's garden.
Caterpillar by Dom Deluise.
No one wants to befriend an ugly caterpillar.
However, things change when he becomes a beautiful
butterfly. A story about true friendship.
Caterpillar to Butterfly (Let's Read and Find Out
Science) by Deborah Heiligman.
A classroom of children watch the metamorphosis of a
butterfly and then set it free.
I Wonder What
it's Like to Be a Butterfly by Erin M. Hovanec.
Good information on butterflies from how they find food
to where they live.
The Journey of
a Butterfly by Carolyn Scrace.
This book follows the migration of the monarch butterfly
in an easy to read format.
Magic School Bus : Butterfly and the Bog Beast : A Book
About Butterfly Camouflage (Magic School Bus) by
Nancy E. Krulik.
Ms. Frizzle and her class take one of their classic
field trips to discover more about the butterfly.
Meets Mariposa: A Star is Born by Marcia Trimble.
A young girl acts out the metamorphosis of a butterfly.
Butterfly by Gail Gibbons.
This fabulous author shares great information and
illustrations on the monarch butterfly.
The Very Hungry
Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
This classic book tells the story of a little
caterpillar eating his way through the week before
wrapping himself in a cocoon and turning into a
Wings by Lois Ehlert.
This simple rhyming book is highlighted by amazing art