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by Anna Milbourne and Cathy Shimmen

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ISBN:
0794510523
Author:
Anna Milbourne and Cathy Shimmen
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Usborne Pub Ltd; 1 edition (July 7, 2005)
Pages:
24 pages
EPUB book:
1722 kb
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1775 kb
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1389 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
932


Anna Milbourne, Cathy Shimmen (Illustrator).

Anna Milbourne, Cathy Shimmen (Illustrator). Beautifully illustrated picture books give you a look at our world from a small child's point of view.

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The Butterfly (Picture Books). When I gave her this book, she was in heaven. Today, at age six, she still loves this book. Her three year old brother loves looking at the pictures, while she reads the book to him. I highly recommend this book for any child who loves the sea. The recommended age group is 5 and older, but, IMO, even children as young as 2 can appreciate this book.

On the Farm (Picture Books). Anna Milbourne has down wonderful work. 7 people found this helpful.

Butterfly Books: -The Butterfly by Anna Milbourne and Cathy Simmen -A Butterfly is Patient by Dianna Hutts Aston and Sylvia Long -Butterfly by Mary Ling -What's the Difference between a Butterfly and a Moth? by Robin Michal Koontz. Butterfly Books: -The Butterfly by Anna Milbourne and Cathy Simmen -A Butterfly is Patient by Dianna Hutts Aston and Sylvia Long -Butterfly by Mary Ling -What's the Difference between a Butterfly and a Moth? by Robin Michal Koontz.

Author:Milbourne, Anna. The Butterfly (Padded Hardbacks). World of Books Australia was founded in 2005. Country of Publication. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. See all 3 pre-owned listings. Usborne Publishing Ltd. Date of Publication.

This book follows the metamorphosis of the butterfly, caterpillar, chrysalis, and adult butterfly. Milbourne, Anna, and Cathy Shimmen. London: Usborne, 2005. It is a simple book for preschoolers It as beautiful pictures and children will learn new words with it. Luise, Dom De. Charlie the Caterpillar. Beautifully is a illustrated picture books that gives a look at our. world from a small child's point of view. Is a charming story of a greedy caterpillar transforming into a beautiful butterfly.

Butterfly (Usborne Picture Books). This inspiring book is bursting with hints and tips for drawing cartoon characters, locations, comic strips and more. Для детей, Познавательная и справочная литература. Simple, step-by-step instructions explain techniques such as shading, drawing in perspective and making a comic strip on a computer.

A simple illustrated introduction to the life cycle of a butterfly.
  • Whitemaster
It's a cute book. Cute story, decent illustrations. The only thing i thought was lacking was vocabulary. They don't necessarily have to use the word metamorphosis, cacoon, molting, etc in the story itself, but maybe a page at the end would have been nice. My son has several books that are cute rhyming things about vehicles but still have a wrap up page to show the few things that don't fit the story but requires more explanation. So my son and i go back over it with the big words.

All this said, my son is turning 3 and this book was part of his birthday gift from my mom because he loves butterflies. We've so far read it about 6-7 times since we've had it, and that's basically 3 days in a row at bedtime. It's been his book choice. So it passed the "toddler bits who like butterflies" test. And he's starting to pick up the life cycle, point out the cacoon, and sometimes he'll sort of tell me the story or he'll tell his own variation of it.

So it's cute and he's learning from it. I just wish that the authors trusted that children, even young ones, are OK picking up some vocabulary. I'm a child development major and i do see myself eventually using this in class.
  • Dobpota
This is a great picture book for preschoolers, great for reading to them and great educationally also. It shows how a caterpillar changes into a butterfly. It's colorful and delightful, sturdy and will be read many times.
  • Tygokasa
Great illustrations.

Text asks children to draw inferences.

Story doesn't end with catapillar becoming a butterfly but the life cycle is completed when the butterfly lays eggs and new little catapillars are born.

Anna Milbourne has down wonderful work.