Flutterbye, the Butterfly’s daughter looks around the area where she lives and learns that there are more creatures that fly than just her! And all of them have the same challenges that she does — what to eat and how NOT to be eaten!
Almost all of the flying creatures in Flutterbye's habitat are examined and analyzed in this second book in the "Flutterbye, the Butterfly" series about Monarch butterflies.
Included are discussions on Food Chains, Circles of Life and Laws of Nature, surrounded by DOZENS of colorful photographs and drawings that help depict the lives of the animals in Flutterbye's area. Explains “life” while having fun! Reading level is high-Fourth Grade and up, but group reading by teachers and parents is recommended for inclusion of question and answer sessions. Excellent book for "spring of the year" activities on new birth, restoration, and growth.
As with the first book in the series, there are NUMEROUS notes to Teachers and Parents for suggested lesson plans and/or enrichment activities, along with a glossary of words uncommon to the Fourth Grade-and-up lexicon.
Flutterbye's Flying Friends
by Johnnie W. Lewis
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