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Beautiful butterfly books for half-term reading

If your kids love nature, why not send them on a butterfly trail with these inspiring books – perfect to enjoy alongside The Big Butterfly Count taking place this July too …

How to be a Butterfly
Written by Laura Knowles and illustrated by Catell Ronca

Ideal for younger children eager to learn more about the natural world, this charming picture book offers little readers a wonderful introduction to butterflies. Let them explore what it takes to be a butterfly, from big to small and bright to pale – including different body parts – while learning all about the behaviour and life cycle of these fascinating winged creatures.

Imaginative, beautifully illustrated and perfect for inquisitive readers.

Published by Words & Pictures (Quarto) – £12.99 out now

The Butterfly House
Written by Katy Flint and illustrated by Alice Pattullo

Keep your nature-loving kids entertained with this magical book full of butterflies and moths from around the world. Embark on a journey through different habitats to become an expert butterfly spotter in no time! Meet beautiful winged insects across dazzling pages to find out more about thousands of butterfly and moth species and their fascinating differences.

Published by Farnces Lincoln Children’s Books (Quarto) – £12.99 out now

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