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A Place for Butterflies

by Melissa Stewart

Series: A Place for

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Describes how human behavior can affect butterflies, explains how people can take action to ensure their survival, and introduces eleven species.
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Genre: Nonfiction
Reading level: grades 3-5
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There are many places that butterflies can be. But when their area is tampered with it makes it hard for them to survive. This book lays out what people can do all around the United States to help preserve the butterfly habitats. Each page has an example of a butterfly that might live in that area and why they live there.
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Butterflies and every insect need a place to stay and live. A text book might not incorporate too much of that. This book has information about how insects are dependent on their habitats and without hem they might not survive. It shows that we can help sustain habitats and in turn help the butterflies.
  rdg301library | Mar 17, 2015 |
Beautiful full book of information about butterfly habitats, species, facts, and how humans have and should now interact with butterflies and their environments. Pages are full richly illustrated pictures, space for text as well as space for a fact section on each page which describe past and current interactions. Cover insert pages have beautiful species range maps. Full of information and tips. ( )
  Scottid | May 23, 2013 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
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