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.
Delightful and beautiful story about Velma and her place in family and love of monarchs. Illustrations and information is wonderful. Great read aloud.Published 28 days ago by Nancy Taylor
We own this in ebook format and it has not gotten old after more than a year. And we learn about butterflies to boot, way cool!Published 5 months ago by Yoshitomo Moriwaki
Loved this book. Read for a class project and it was do descriptive that lent itself to a great presentation by my daughter. Highly recommend.Published 10 months ago by RRJ
My son loved this book, because it was the right thing to let a butterfly go. (His review) highly recommend.Published 11 months ago by R. Kalkofen
We read this book at the end of the year- after our butterfly unit but before our field trip. It was a good way to explain field trip expectations and to build on our butterfly... Read morePublished 12 months ago by macbooklover
This is such a cute book! I read it to my students each year when we watch our monarch butterflies.Published on September 27, 2010 by Cvanlaeken
Velma Gratch and the way cool butterfly is about a little girl trying to step out of the shadow of her two older sisters, whom every one of the school staff remembers for their... Read morePublished on April 24, 2010 by Monica Montelongo