By Bob Barner
What are as gentle as a feather and as outdated because the dinosaurs? Butterflies! With a full of life textual content and colourful paper-collage illustrations, award-winning writer Bob Barner brings us an excellent examine the fantastic historical past of butterflies, and the way their lives intersected with the dinosaurs hundreds of thousands of years in the past. Readers should be interested to find that after they cease to appreciate a stunning butterfly, a dinosaur can have as soon as performed an analogous! this beautiful, rollicking, informative ebook is bound to develop into a favourite of budding scientists all over.
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