Elinor Wonders Why: Bugging Out
by Jorge Cham; Daniel Whiteson
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Pub Date 06 Jun 2023 | Archive Date 06 Jun 2023
Elinor learns about butterflies as she makes the perfect costume for Insect Day! Elinor knows just what type of insect she's going to be for Insect Day: a butterfly! She loves butterflies' wings and all their colors. She plans how she'll make her costume, with her dad's help: cutting cardboard, painting the wings and gluing the pieces together. But there's something she needs to find out before she can get started. She knows butterflies have two antennae and four wings. But how many legs do they have? Luckily, Elinor is a pro at making observations. With her magnifying glass in hand, she goes to the garden in search of answers --- and finds some new questions along the way! Part of the early reader graphic novel series from Jorge Cham and Daniel Whiteson, the creators and producers of the popular Emmy-nominated PBS KIDS television series Elinor Wonders Why, this fun STEM story will inspire curiosity in every child while teaching them scientific skills. Age-appropriate facts and key vocabulary words are interspersed throughout the pages, and an activity at the end of the book shows how to make a butterfly feeder. With its bright, colorful pages and simple text, this book is a great choice for introducing the graphic novel format to early readers. It complements life science lessons on insects, characteristics of living things and needs of living things.