Airplanes in the Garden, by Joan Zipperer Calder

$22.00 $15.00

The discovery of a monarch butterfly egg on a milkweed plant teaches a young girl about metamorphosis.

Readers will discover a unique children’s nonfiction picture book, containing vibrant watercolor artwork. The book includes an informative section with migration maps, tips to grow your own butterfly-friendly garden, and a butterfly song, which can be downloaded from the web. The book also contains web addresses to learn more about monarch butterflies.

A Mom’s Choice Award Recipient

Inscribed and autographed by the author

Availability: Only 1 left in stock

Weight13 oz
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × 0.5 in


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