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by Kendahl Jan Jubb,Dorothy Hinshaw Patent

Author: Kendahl Jan Jubb,Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Language: English
Publisher: Walker Books for Young Readers (April 1, 2003)
Category: For children
Rating: 4.9
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Dorothy Hinshaw Patent has written more than one hundred books for young readers. in zoology from the University of California, Berkeley. Dorothy lives in Missoula, Montana, a good place for someone who loves nature, with her husband.

Dorothy Hinshaw Patent has written more than one hundred books for young readers. Kendahl Jan Jubb is a fine artist whose work is exhibited throughout the world. Her beautiful illustrations can also be found in the other books in this series with Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. Kendahl lives in Missoula, Montana, with her husband.

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Around Patent's brief observations about butterfly life cycles, eating habits and mimicry, plus how live . by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent & illustrated by Kendahl Jan Jubb.

Around Patent's brief observations about butterfly life cycles, eating habits and mimicry, plus how live butterfly exhibits in colder climes are stocked from a specialized farm in Costa Rica, Jubb depicts several dozen specimens in extreme close-ups, focusing less on fine details of structure than on gorgeous, riotous colors in a sort of messy construction. This introduction covers well-traveled territory, but casual browsers as well as budding lepidopterists will be riveted. index, map) (Picture book/nonfiction.

Kendahl Jan Jubb is the leading painter of beautiful still life paintings and other nature and wildlife . Kendahl has illustrated a series of award winning children's natural history books with noted author Dorothy Hinshaw Patent.

Kendahl Jan Jubb is the leading painter of beautiful still life paintings and other nature and wildlife pieces created in acrylic, oil, and watercolors. Flashy Fantastic Rainforest Frogs. Bold & Bright Black and White Animals. Fabulous Fluttering Tropical Butterflies. Colorful Captivating Coral Reefs.

Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-PERSONAL:Born April 30, 1940, in Rochester, MN; daughter of Horton Corwin (a. .Fabulous Fluttering Tropical Butterflies and Plants on the Trail with Lewis and Clark; Washington Post/ Children's Book Guild Award, 2004, for body of work.

Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-PERSONAL:Born April 30, 1940, in Rochester, MN; daughter of Horton Corwin (a physician) and Dorothy Kate Hinshaw; married Gregory Joseph Patent (a professor of zoology), March 21, 1964; children: David, Jason. Source for information on Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary.

Are you sure you want to remove Fabulous Fluttering Tropical Butterflies from your list? Fabulous Fluttering Tropical Butterflies. by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. Published April 1, 2003 by Walker Books for Young Readers.

Kendahl Jan Jubb's "Watercolor on Canvas" workshop still has a few openings for December 1, 2018 - 10am . Murphy/Jubb Fine Art represents the watercolor artwork of Kendahl Jan Jubb

Murphy/Jubb Fine Art represents the watercolor artwork of Kendahl Jan Jubb. We exhibit Kendahl floral and fuana paintings of Montana, America and India. Murphy/Jubb Fine Art. Murphy/Jubb Fine Art represents the watercolor artwork of Kendahl Jan Jubb.

Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (born April 30, 1940) is a teacher and author of over 100 children's nonfiction books. She lives in Missoula, Montana. She has received numerous awards for her writing. In 1987, she received the Eva L. Gordon Award from the American Nature Study Society in recognition of her outstanding contribution to science literature for young readers. She received the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild 2004 Nonfiction Award. Works by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent at Library Thing.

Deep within the tropical forests of the world live the most glittering, outrageously gorgeous butterflies on the planet. Every color of the rainbow decorates their graceful wings. From the rare Queen Alexandra-the largest butterfly in the world-to the postman-one of the most poisonous-to the owl butterfly-one of the insect world's masters of disguise, Dorothy Hinshaw Patent introduces readers to these unique and fascinating species. Kendahl Jan Jubb's intensely vibrant watercolor illustrations showcase these glorious creatures as they flit and flutter throughout the rain forests of the world.