While I’ve always been fascinated with butterflies (not so much moths), I never knew all that much about them. The magic of butterflies and moths has given me quite the back story on both, different variations of them and their history. I was hoping for a bit more in the way of colorful photos (they’re all black and white) but still an interesting read, just the same. (That death’s head hawk moth probably hits just as hard in black and white as color though. Wow!)
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.
About the Book
Who isn’t amazed by the beauty of butterflies and the magic of the transformation from caterpillar to winged wonder?
Who can fail to be amazed by the transformation of a tiny egg into a caterpillar, then into a chrysalis, finally to emerge as a beautiful butterfly? This seemingly magical process is the life cycle of every butterfly and moth and is one of the many wonders of nature that fascinated Steve Andrews when he was a child – and it still does to this day. The Magic of Butterflies and Moths musingly explores the wonders of these marvelous winged insects and what makes them so magical.