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Caterpillar to Butterfly (Science for Toddlers) | Board book

by Melissa Stewart (Author), American Museum of Natural History (Author)


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Binding:  Board book
Publisher:  Sterling Children's Books
Edition:  Brdbkth Edition
Page Count:  24 Pages
Publication Date:  June 14, 2016
Sales Rank:  275770th


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• Caterpillar to Butterfly Science for Toddlers


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Product Description
A caterpillar hatches. It eats and eats . . . and grows into a butterfly that flits and floats across the sky. Follow the life cycle of one of nature’s most beautiful creatures in simple text and stunning photos. This unique book features graduated flaps that display each stage of metamorphosis at a glance; turn each flap to reveal engaging facts that kids will love.

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