Up in the air: butterflies, birds, and everything up above
By: Armstrong, Zoe.
Contributor(s): Ugolotti, Sara [illustrator.].Material type: BookPublisher: New York, NY : DK Publishing, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Edition: First American edition.Description: 64 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780744033243; 0744033241.Other title: Up in the air : butterflies, birds, and everything up above.Subject(s): Animal ecology -- Juvenile literature | Habitat (Ecology) -- Juvenile literature | Sky -- Juvenile literatureDDC classification: 551.5
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What can you see? -- Through the day -- What is air? -- Up, up, and away -- Flying insects -- Bees -- Changing shape -- Butterflies and moths -- Taking flight -- Traveling birds -- Birdsong -- Homes up high -- Tall tree trunk -- Treetop animals -- The seasons -- Traveling seeds -- Fruit -- Nuts -- Trees around the world -- Rainforest canopy -- Cloud watching -- Rainbows -- Cliff face -- Wall climbers -- On the rooftops -- Nocturnal animals -- Bats -- Moon phases -- Constellations.
"From cloud patterns to constellations, the chirrup of a single sparrow to the cacophony of the dawn chorus, and from trees that rustle in the wind to butterflies that flit around this beautifully illustrated book encourages children to look, listen, and feel nature all around. Up In The Air looks at the habitats above our heads, uncovering the insects that make their homes in tree trunks and the animals that move from tree to tree in towering rainforests. It develops sky-watching skills so children can track the migration of birds and name the stars and planets of the night sky. As well as discovering the joy nature can bring to us, a strong conservation message helps children learn how they can give back to the environment. The living things inside this book are vital for our planet's future, whether they are insects pollinating plants or trees helping to make the air we breathe."-- Provided by publisher.