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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    Amazing book! The writing is unbelievable and puts you right in it. All I can really say to sum it all up is WOW!

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    The story is very contemporary and nicely written. The idea is the journey we all are part of and how, regardless of the setbacks, we can create it through with an eye on the future and the love of others.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    Justin Fisher has a amazing life, but there are holes in his past that he can't seem to fill. Moving back to California brings back long ago memories to the surface. Can Justin fill the holes in his memory? And better question, does he really wish to?Secrets can define people in more ways than they understand. And the secrets of Justin's past are crazier than most. As he begins to remember, Justin takes the reader into the story of his family history. It was a various story than a lot of I've read before, so I found myself instantly drawn into the tale. If you are looking for a special story, and like mysteries/secret-filled novels, I'd fully recommend this book.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    Very enjoyable read, various plot, not the same old stuff. Well written and kept my interest, amazing characters.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    This story was too convuluted. It began as a mystery and then spun too a lot of various ways. I found it hard to care about the character. Not a amazing read.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    A amazing book that captures the duality and fragility of human nature in difficult situations. These characters struggle with a sense of being powerless as well as being valued throughout the story. It is apparent that a childhood ,both amazing and difficult, deeply affects our adult life. The author deftly weaves emotions, betrayal and love together for a thoughtful story.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    A lot of cussing and not what I thought it would be.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    I loved this and was especially drawn to Dixon's original premise and the fact that she's not afraid to examine life's messiness -- the risky line between truth & secrets and the fact that revealing complete truth can sometimes not be the best thing for loved ones. But while some family secrets may be better kept under wraps, Dixon doesn't keep back. Her intricate plot bowled me over and kept me guessing and questioning until the very latest page!

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    It hooked me from the first page another surprised ending. Loved the writing style and the characters where relatable. I will be reading more of the author.

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    The Language of Secrets []  2021-1-10 18:0

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book from begin to finish. There's no waiting to "get into" this book - it grabs you right at the start. It's a mysterious tale about family, realtionships, and how devastatingly hurtful those relationships can be. Our book club had a very engaging and lively discussion about this book. It's a very quick read and definitely a page turner. I look forward to the author's next book.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-7-4 18:40

    If you have ever been mesmerized by the beauty of a butterfly, you are in amazing company. People have been fascinated by lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) for a lot of centuries. Avid collectors amassed stunningly huge collections, such as the 2.25 million specimens in the collection of the British banking scion Lord Walter Rothschild. They collected because of the sheer beauty of the species, as a method “to honor God and His earthly works”, and also in the name of science. It is probably not surprising that Charles Darwin used the interaction between butterflies and flowers to bolster his theory of evolution, but how a lot of people know that Valdimir Nabakov (yes, the author of Lolita) was a renowned lepidopterist who published in journals and had an appointment at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology? Before either of these gentlemen lived, though, Maria Sibylla Merian, who was born in Frankfurt Germany in 1647, used careful observation to describe the lepidopteran life cycle and present that, indeed, caterpillars really do turn into butterflies. The Fresh York Museum of Natural History still has a copy of her ere is a wealth of skillfully narrated fascinating science in The Language of Butterflies. How do butterflies know where and when to migrate, sometimes thousands of miles? And then how do they or their offspring know the method back? What is the difference between a butterfly and a moth? In addition to info about these fascinating creatures, their cycles, their scales, and their navigational skills, Williams also discusses their role in ecology. She describes how they interact with other species of animals and plants and gives connections reaching all the method back to the ice ages. Today butterflies are helping us improve our medical technology by using their awesome butterfly scales as a isn’t uncommon for reviews of fiction to contain a statement that the reviewer does not wish to say too much more about the book to avoid “spoilers”. That is how I feel about this book. It was full of delightful surprises, but in this case they are all true! I won’t ruin your fun; read The Secret Language of Butterflies and search out for thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advance review copy of this book.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    One of the a lot of things you will learn from this book is that the eyes of butterflies are composed of a lot of lenses. Just be aware that the author looks at them through her own particular one. As she makes clear, this is definitely not a field guide. Instead, it is more a cultural history of people who have been obsessed by them, and their ongoing efforts to understand their ecology in the context of a changing is structured as her private odyssey, around the globe and through history, to describe characters that have devoted their lives to understanding butterflies. There is much flitting about. There is repeated use of cliffhanging questions that are resolved later in the chapter or in the next, Dan Brown style, a technique unusual and refreshing for non-fiction. And she likes short, dramatic sentences. Repeated for emphasis. Like ide from these stylistic idiosyncrasies, I found the choice of content a small arbitrary. It was enlightening to read about the evolutionary context of butterflies and moths, and the info of their eyes and proboscis truly are interesting. But unless you are already an expert, in which case this book is definitely of no interest, you may be expecting more obvious questions to be addressed. For example, what most astounded me about butterflies as a child, and still does, was how they metamorphosed from caterpillars. This topic is only fleetingly mentioned here. The mysterious mechanics of how they even manage to fly by beating stiff wings so much larger than their bodies, are never addressed at all. A significant portion of the book is dedicated to the migration of monarchs. The history of the astonishing discovery that they create a multi-generational pilgrimage to winter in a specific zone of Mexico is well told. But as for even a hypothesis of how that navigational feat is accomplished, and passed between generations? We are left flapping in the breeze. If you were expecting answers to these questions, look elsewhere. Otherwise, you will probably have fun this author’s private acc of virtually chasing jewels in the sky across time and space.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:25

    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:25

    For hundreds of years our innate fascination with butterflies has paved the method for an astounding array of discovery and adventure. Wendy Williams does a masterful job of weaving these tales into a rich tapestry that informs, intrigues and inspires the reader."The Language of Butterflies" is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the natural world.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:25

    One of the a lot of things you will learn from this book is that the eyes of butterflies are composed of a lot of lenses. Just be aware that the author looks at them through her own particular one. As she makes clear, this is definitely not a field guide. Instead, it is more a cultural history of people who have been obsessed by them, and their ongoing efforts to understand their ecology in the context of a changing is structured as her private odyssey, around the globe and through history, to describe characters that have devoted their lives to understanding butterflies. There is much flitting about. There is repeated use of cliffhanging questions that are resolved later in the chapter or in the next, Dan Brown style, a technique unusual and refreshing for non-fiction. And she likes short, dramatic sentences. Repeated for emphasis. Like ide from these stylistic idiosyncrasies, I found the choice of content a small arbitrary. It was enlightening to read about the evolutionary context of butterflies and moths, and the info of their eyes and proboscis truly are interesting. But unless you are already an expert, in which case this book is definitely of no interest, you may be expecting more obvious questions to be addressed. For example, what most astounded me about butterflies as a child, and still does, was how they metamorphosed from caterpillars. This topic is only fleetingly mentioned here. The mysterious mechanics of how they even manage to fly by beating stiff wings so much larger than their bodies, are never addressed at all. A significant portion of the book is dedicated to the migration of monarchs. The history of the astonishing discovery that they create a multi-generational pilgrimage to winter in a specific zone of Mexico is well told. But as for even a hypothesis of how that navigational feat is accomplished, and passed between generations? We are left flapping in the breeze. If you were expecting answers to these questions, look elsewhere. Otherwise, you will probably have fun this author’s private acc of virtually chasing jewels in the sky across time and space.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:29

    For hundreds of years our innate fascination with butterflies has paved the method for an astounding array of discovery and adventure. Wendy Williams does a masterful job of weaving these tales into a rich tapestry that informs, intrigues and inspires the reader."The Language of Butterflies" is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the natural world.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-4 18:29

    This was a bonus for my son who is fascinated with butterflies. Of course I had to preview it and learned why the lives of butterflies are so absorbing.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-4 18:29

    One of the a lot of things you will learn from this book is that the eyes of butterflies are composed of a lot of lenses. Just be aware that the author looks at them through her own particular one. As she makes clear, this is definitely not a field guide. Instead, it is more a cultural history of people who have been obsessed by them, and their ongoing efforts to understand their ecology in the context of a changing is structured as her private odyssey, around the globe and through history, to describe characters that have devoted their lives to understanding butterflies. There is much flitting about. There is repeated use of cliffhanging questions that are resolved later in the chapter or in the next, Dan Brown style, a technique unusual and refreshing for non-fiction. And she likes short, dramatic sentences. Repeated for emphasis. Like ide from these stylistic idiosyncrasies, I found the choice of content a small arbitrary. It was enlightening to read about the evolutionary context of butterflies and moths, and the info of their eyes and proboscis truly are interesting. But unless you are already an expert, in which case this book is definitely of no interest, you may be expecting more obvious questions to be addressed. For example, what most astounded me about butterflies as a child, and still does, was how they metamorphosed from caterpillars. This topic is only fleetingly mentioned here. The mysterious mechanics of how they even manage to fly by beating stiff wings so much larger than their bodies, are never addressed at all. A significant portion of the book is dedicated to the migration of monarchs. The history of the astonishing discovery that they create a multi-generational pilgrimage to winter in a specific zone of Mexico is well told. But as for even a hypothesis of how that navigational feat is accomplished, and passed between generations? We are left flapping in the breeze. If you were expecting answers to these questions, look elsewhere. Otherwise, you will probably have fun this author’s private acc of virtually chasing jewels in the sky across time and space.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-5 18:28

    If you have fun science, history and butterflies you will definitely search this book engaging. The author takes us with her on her journey to different areas exploring, learning and talking with experts. You are sure to learn something fascinating including how butterflies actually navigate! I have recommended this book to a lot of friends, don't think twice about reading Wendy William's latest book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-19 18:38

    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-19 18:38

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-9 18:25

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-16 18:36

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-16 18:37

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-16 18:37

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-17 18:42

    This was a bonus for my son who is fascinated with butterflies. Of course I had to preview it and learned why the lives of butterflies are so absorbing.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-7-4 18:40

    The Language of Butterflies by Wendy Williams is delightfully written and I found myself reading late into the night. I love butterflies and moths and often take day trips to different gardens in to take photographs. In this book, I learned more info which helps me appreciate the delicacies and strengths of these attractive insects. I learned the proboscis absorbs the nectar, pollen, or nutrition like a sponge. The colors and textures on the wings are considered scales. The bodies of butterflies and moths can be fluffy or thin, it depends on the species. The migrations of butterflies are the most awesome journeys!The history of serious collectors for all specimens of Lepidoptera is so intriguing. It personally damage my heart to think of all those attractive “flying flowers” being caught and later pinned to a collectors board. The lengths of effort, time, and those collectors expended to have the most impressive specimens were shocking. Maybe their collecting had truly become an e language of Butterflies is filled with history, scientific information, and private observances of the miracle lives of butterflies!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    In a time of extraordinary change, reading the Language of Butterflies has been a refreshing and uplifting reminder of our profound connection with nature and the attractive significance of even the smallest of creatures. Wendy takes us by the hand, to skip alongside her as she travels the globe with unquenchable curiosity to unravel the magical mystery of butterflies. Through her brilliant story-telling, we not only obtain the scientific and historic 411 on butterflies (relayed in an engaging method that doesn't create your brain explode) but we obtain to know the quirky, passionate people behind the scenes who have been obsessed with these winged wunderkinds, drawing us into their own eccentric worlds. I'll never look at another insect the same way. Brava Ms. Williams.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:25

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-9 18:25

    For hundreds of years our innate fascination with butterflies has paved the method for an astounding array of discovery and adventure. Wendy Williams does a masterful job of weaving these tales into a rich tapestry that informs, intrigues and inspires the reader."The Language of Butterflies" is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the natural world.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-9 18:25

    The book arrived in a timely manner. It was packaged well and I am enjoying the book

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:29

    If you have fun science, history and butterflies you will definitely search this book engaging. The author takes us with her on her journey to different areas exploring, learning and talking with experts. You are sure to learn something fascinating including how butterflies actually navigate! I have recommended this book to a lot of friends, don't think twice about reading Wendy William's latest book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:29

    Bonus - very nice book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-4 18:29

    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-4 18:29

    Bonus - very nice book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-19 18:38

    This was a bonus for my son who is fascinated with butterflies. Of course I had to preview it and learned why the lives of butterflies are so absorbing.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-19 18:38

    I enjoyed reading both the technical info and the background info.

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    Very dull. Can’t see how reviews create it fascinating.

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    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    If you have fun science, history and butterflies you will definitely search this book engaging. The author takes us with her on her journey to different areas exploring, learning and talking with experts. You are sure to learn something fascinating including how butterflies actually navigate! I have recommended this book to a lot of friends, don't think twice about reading Wendy William's latest book!

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    I enjoyed reading both the technical info and the background info.

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    The book arrived in a timely manner. It was packaged well and I am enjoying the book

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-17 18:42

    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    For hundreds of years our innate fascination with butterflies has paved the method for an astounding array of discovery and adventure. Wendy Williams does a masterful job of weaving these tales into a rich tapestry that informs, intrigues and inspires the reader."The Language of Butterflies" is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the natural world.

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    Reading about butterflies

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    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    I enjoyed reading both the technical info and the background info.

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    Reading about butterflies

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    If you have ever been mesmerized by the beauty of a butterfly, you are in amazing company. People have been fascinated by lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) for a lot of centuries. Avid collectors amassed stunningly huge collections, such as the 2.25 million specimens in the collection of the British banking scion Lord Walter Rothschild. They collected because of the sheer beauty of the species, as a method “to honor God and His earthly works”, and also in the name of science. It is probably not surprising that Charles Darwin used the interaction between butterflies and flowers to bolster his theory of evolution, but how a lot of people know that Valdimir Nabakov (yes, the author of Lolita) was a renowned lepidopterist who published in journals and had an appointment at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology? Before either of these gentlemen lived, though, Maria Sibylla Merian, who was born in Frankfurt Germany in 1647, used careful observation to describe the lepidopteran life cycle and present that, indeed, caterpillars really do turn into butterflies. The Fresh York Museum of Natural History still has a copy of her ere is a wealth of skillfully narrated fascinating science in The Language of Butterflies. How do butterflies know where and when to migrate, sometimes thousands of miles? And then how do they or their offspring know the method back? What is the difference between a butterfly and a moth? In addition to info about these fascinating creatures, their cycles, their scales, and their navigational skills, Williams also discusses their role in ecology. She describes how they interact with other species of animals and plants and gives connections reaching all the method back to the ice ages. Today butterflies are helping us improve our medical technology by using their awesome butterfly scales as a isn’t uncommon for reviews of fiction to contain a statement that the reviewer does not wish to say too much more about the book to avoid “spoilers”. That is how I feel about this book. It was full of delightful surprises, but in this case they are all true! I won’t ruin your fun; read The Secret Language of Butterflies and search out for thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for an advance review copy of this book.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-7-4 18:40

    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-7-4 18:40

    Reading about butterflies

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    While insects as a whole can sometimes obtain a less than savory reputation from the population at huge as being annoying, frightening, biting, and stinging bugs, the same cannot be said of perhaps its most beloved Lepidoptera. Meaning "scaled wings" this insect is comprised of butterflies, moths, and skippers. As the author Wendy WIlliams points out early on in The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect, there are about 180,000 known and described species in this order! (This would put them only behind the beetle's of Coleoptera in number of species.) With a focus on the butterflies this book examines these monsters from several various lenses including their biology, conservation and ecology, to the myriad cultural connections humanity has with butterflies. The various individuals that search their method into this work and justify the subtitle of the book are almost as fascinating the butterflies themselves. These contain collectors (both legal and clandestine) of thousands of butterflies, especially during the Victorian heyday of insect collecting, and their cutthroat and not always friendly tournament with each other. More importantly, a lot of scientists, ecologists, and conservationists are also to be found within these pages. Within these ranks can be found leaders of citizen-science butterfly tracking initiatives, golf course landscapers that prioritize sustainable butterfly habitat, and even a flustered and discombobulated Charles Darwin's musings on some perplexing qualities of butterflies. However, there is one person that really stood out. This remarkable individual was a German-born woman born in the mid 17th century by the name of Maria Sibylla Merian. She was one of the first real entomologists, especially focusing on the butterflies. A terrific naturalist, she was also an accomplished artist and illustrated a lot of photos of the species she studied with accurate detail in her published work. Her works detailed a lot of of her studies and observations in South America, particularly on the life cycles of a lot of Fresh Globe caterpillars and their metamorphoses. She was a real pioneer as a female scientist in a lot of regards because of these tremendous endeavors. In light of all this, the butterflies are still the stars of this book. While I could have used a bit more zone dedicated to their life cycle and biology, the reader will still come away with a lot of info on the science of butterflies, such as the physics of the proboscis (and its variations) that a butterfly uses to "drink" whatever medium it attains its nutrients from. There are several detailed accounts of efforts to preserve or bring back certain butterfly species to various areas. Some of these projects really helped in the understanding of the complexity of ecology and the connections between various parts of the environment (most notably with the successful conservation efforts to bring back the huge blue back to Britain where it was once extirpated.) Monarchs create a prominent appearance in the book, though this is probably to be expected since they are the most studied butterfly species with worldwide recognition. From their love-hate relationship with milkweed (for real, while the caterpillars rely on the plant a lot of also fall victim to the plant in some strange ways as well), their wonderful migration story across the North American continent, and the programs and studies that have been done and are still underway in regards to these butterflies more is likely known about them than any other butterfly. Yet despite all this knowledge and effort on their behalf, monarch populations have sadly been on a downwards trajectory. Overall The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect by Wendy Williams is a delightful read on our Lepidopteran friends. While butterflies may seem a bit boring and ubiquitous to some people, reading this book will likely change the method one thinks about them the next time they see one. All in all a fascinating book for anyone wanting to learn about these awesome creatures! 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-9 18:25

    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    I enjoyed reading both the technical info and the background info.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:25

    If you have fun science, history and butterflies you will definitely search this book engaging. The author takes us with her on her journey to different areas exploring, learning and talking with experts. You are sure to learn something fascinating including how butterflies actually navigate! I have recommended this book to a lot of friends, don't think twice about reading Wendy William's latest book!

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    Reading about butterflies

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:29

    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-4 18:29

    For hundreds of years our innate fascination with butterflies has paved the method for an astounding array of discovery and adventure. Wendy Williams does a masterful job of weaving these tales into a rich tapestry that informs, intrigues and inspires the reader."The Language of Butterflies" is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the natural world.

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    Reading about butterflies

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    Very dull. Can’t see how reviews create it fascinating.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-17 18:42

    If you have fun science, history and butterflies you will definitely search this book engaging. The author takes us with her on her journey to different areas exploring, learning and talking with experts. You are sure to learn something fascinating including how butterflies actually navigate! I have recommended this book to a lot of friends, don't think twice about reading Wendy William's latest book!

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    Bonus - very nice book!

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    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    This was a bonus for my son who is fascinated with butterflies. Of course I had to preview it and learned why the lives of butterflies are so absorbing.

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    Bonus - very nice book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-7-4 18:40

    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-7-4 18:40

    In a time of extraordinary change, reading the Language of Butterflies has been a refreshing and uplifting reminder of our profound connection with nature and the attractive significance of even the smallest of creatures. Wendy takes us by the hand, to skip alongside her as she travels the globe with unquenchable curiosity to unravel the magical mystery of butterflies. Through her brilliant story-telling, we not only obtain the scientific and historic 411 on butterflies (relayed in an engaging method that doesn't create your brain explode) but we obtain to know the quirky, passionate people behind the scenes who have been obsessed with these winged wunderkinds, drawing us into their own eccentric worlds. I'll never look at another insect the same way. Brava Ms. Williams.

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    I have always been fascinated by their beauty and now, after reading this book, I have a deeper understanding of butterflies. It's unbelievable to explore that one of the first scientists who looked into how caterpillars turn into butterflies was a daring experimental woman. The author's own adventures traveling to Mexico to visit the wintering monarch butterflies and other private accounts create the book a true page turner!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    If you have fun science, history and butterflies you will definitely search this book engaging. The author takes us with her on her journey to different areas exploring, learning and talking with experts. You are sure to learn something fascinating including how butterflies actually navigate! I have recommended this book to a lot of friends, don't think twice about reading Wendy William's latest book!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-9-3 19:2

    The Language of Butterflies by Wendy Williams is delightfully written and I found myself reading late into the night. I love butterflies and moths and often take day trips to different gardens in to take photographs. In this book, I learned more info which helps me appreciate the delicacies and strengths of these attractive insects. I learned the proboscis absorbs the nectar, pollen, or nutrition like a sponge. The colors and textures on the wings are considered scales. The bodies of butterflies and moths can be fluffy or thin, it depends on the species. The migrations of butterflies are the most awesome journeys!The history of serious collectors for all specimens of Lepidoptera is so intriguing. It personally damage my heart to think of all those attractive “flying flowers” being caught and later pinned to a collectors board. The lengths of effort, time, and those collectors expended to have the most impressive specimens were shocking. Maybe their collecting had truly become an e language of Butterflies is filled with history, scientific information, and private observances of the miracle lives of butterflies!

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:25

    Very dull. Can’t see how reviews create it fascinating.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:29

    With such a hard look into the Monarch I thought we might obtain more info in this book about O.E. Which is the protozoan infecting a lot of monarch butterflies and massive amounts of OE can cause defects in the grown butterfly. This was more for those getting into butterflies though some information was fresh to me which is great. I enjoyed getting a look into the scientists who moved forward our knowledge but I was hoping with it being the “language” of butterflies we might obtain into the biology and behaviors or certain butterfly species. Still a very enjoyable book just some information I was looking forward to but still left this book learning more than I knew.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-3 18:29

    Very dull. Can’t see how reviews create it fascinating.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-11-5 18:28

    For hundreds of years our innate fascination with butterflies has paved the method for an astounding array of discovery and adventure. Wendy Williams does a masterful job of weaving these tales into a rich tapestry that informs, intrigues and inspires the reader."The Language of Butterflies" is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the natural world.

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    The Language of Butterflies: How Thieves, Hoarders, Scientists, and Other Obsessives Unlocked the Secrets of the World's Favorite Insect []  2020-10-4 18:29

    Butterflies are pretty. They're also symbols of freedom, of floating on air, of beauty. But until I read "The Language of Butterflies," I had no idea just how fascinating they are. This book explains in a series of entertaining stories how butterflies have evolved over at least the latest 56 million years, how their antennae tutorial millions of them to specific areas in annual migration, why they are so brightly colored, how such fragile monsters survive winters at 12,000 feet and maintain their energy while flying 2500 miles. Along the way, we meet all sorts of interesting people who have devoted their careers to studying the cabbage whites, pygmy blues, pearl crescents, Delaware skippers, and amazing spangled fritillaries. The names alone will create you smile. You'll love this book!

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