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Synopsis My, Oh My-A Butterfly! (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

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Follow their life cycle as caterpillars hatch from their eggs and turn into beautiful butterflies of all types and colors. Animated pages bring the creatures to life and helpful diagrams provide more information. Tap on instant glossary terms for fun facts.

"Butterflies are so light.
This will show you how many
you will need just to equal
the weight of a penny."

Zebra swallowtail: Native to North America, easily identified by its striped, zebra-like wings with "tails." Zebra swallowtail ceterpillars are dependent on pawpaw leaves (a type of fruit tree). 

The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library is a nonfiction series that introduces youngsters to basic science concepts. The titles explore a range of subjects, including dinosaurs, pets, marine life and nature subjects such as trees and outer space. Written in rhyme, these stories feature the classic characters from The Cat in the Hat book — The Cat, Sally, Dick, Thing One and Thing Two, and even the fish! 

Recommended ages: 5 - 10