A charming, richly illustrated, pocket-sized exploration of the world's butterflies
Packed with surprising facts, this delightful and gorgeously designed book will beguile any nature lover. Expertly written and beautifully illustrated throughout with original artwork and color photographs, The Little Book of Butterflies is an accessible and enjoyable mini reference book about the world's butterflies, with examples drawn from across the globe. It fits an astonishing amount of information in a small package, covering a wide range of topics – from anatomy, diversity, and reproduction to habitat and conservation. It also includes curious facts and a section on butterflies in myths, folklore, and modern culture around the world. The result is an irresistible guide to the amazing lives of butterflies.
- A beautifully designed pocket-sized book with a foil-stamped cloth cover
- Features some 140 colour illustrations and photos
Andrei Sourakov is the collections coordinator at the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Alexandra Sourakov has been interested in butterflies since she was a child, when she began joining her father on field work and volunteering at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Tugce Okay is a natural history illustrator who works primarily with watercolours. Her work has appeared in many books and magazines.