Have you ever Met a Morphosis?

Have you ever Met a Morphosis?

by Steven King, Dave Leong

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Overview

Concealed beneath a garden in a suburban back yard, a miracle is revealed. Experience the journey of a caterpillar as he undergoes nature’s little miracle of complete metamorphosis of an egg into a caterpillar into a chrysalis into a shiny butterfly! The many exciting details of a butterfly’s life cycle are brought to life with rhythmic writing style, imaginative illustrations, and vivid colors – tapping into children’s natural sense of wonder and discovery (grownups too!) – all composed in a book to help make learning science fun for children.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578538044
Publisher: Steven King
Publication date: 05/06/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 42
File size: 6 MB
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Steven King is a well-seasoned director, senior graphic designer, illustrator and photographer with extensive experience in advertising, branding, product development and creative execution in both print and digital environments. His numerous forms of artwork have appeared in many published books, packaging, games, and toys. Among Steven's recognitions, he has been featured multiple times in the Adobe Illustrator WOW Book which showcases the world's best artists and designers working in Adobe Illustrator. Steven is best known for creating detailed educational illustrations for U-Haul International, one of the most iconic and recognized brands in North America. While working directly with leading scientists on these educational illustrations, he was inspired to write his own picture books to make learning fun while helping children understand science.
Dr. F. Tom Turpin, professor of entomology at Purdue University -Retired, is best known for his innovative teaching and popularizing of entomology courses and his dedication to entomological outreach as well as his research on insects associated with corn production.

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