Experience the wonder of the migration of monarch butterflies as they travel across North America in search of warmer temperatures in this engaging book, which features die cuts throughout.
Every year, monarch butterflies begin a lengthy migration across North America in search of warmer temperatures. The butterflies travel 3,000 miles across open fields, forests, lakes and streams, and mountains, and as they fly, people across the country look to the skies. From children playing in the water to families out for a walk in the park, everyone turns his or her attention to the sky to marvel at the amazing sight. Features die cuts throughout and additional information about monarchs.
About the Author
Nicola Edwards was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming, and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children's books.
Hannah Tolson is currently based in Ilkley, West Yorkshire in Northern England. She has studied at Leeds College of Art and then Falmouth University, where she gained her degree in Illustration in 2013. She has since worked with a variety of publishers worldwide, telling stories through pictures using pencils, paint, and paper from her home studio. Hannah's work is inspired by bold colors, playful compositions, and a sense of naivety in style.