This "School Library Journal" Best Book of the Year celebrates everything butterfly, from migration to metamorphosis It's hard to be Velma entering first grade. That's because everyone has marvelous memories of her two older sisters, who were practically perfect first graders, and no one even notices Velma. But all that changes on a class trip to the butterfly conservatory, a place neither of her sisters has been. When a monarch roosts on Velma's finger and won't budge for days no one will ever forget it . . . or her Kids will love reading about Velma's own transformation in this perfect addition to any science curriculum.
About the Author
Alan Madison is the author of some very funny books for children, including "The Littlest Grape Stomper," and "Pecorino Plays Ball." He lives in New York City. Kevin Hawkes has illustrated the "New York Times "bestselling "Library Lion "and "My Little Sister Ate One Hare." He lives in Gorham, Maine."