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The travels of Monarch X

by Ross E. Hutchins

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Published by Rand McNally in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monarch butterfly -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ross E. Hutchins. Illustrated by Jerome P. Connolly.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ10.H847 Tr
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Paginationxvii, 64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5981880M
    ISBN 109789997506313
    LC Control Number66010942
    OCLC/WorldCa305509

    texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. The travels of Monarch X Item Preview remove-circle. Ross E. Hutchins has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings. Ross E. Hutchins’s most popular book is The Travels of Monarch X.

    Richard H. Ebright grew up in Reading in Pennsylvania. In Kindergarten, Ebright collected butterflies. His mother would take him on trips, bought him telesco.   But her mother gave him a children’s book called “The Travels of Monarch X, “That book, which told how monarch butterflies migrate to Central America, opened the world of science to Richard”. At the end of book readers were invited to help study butterfly migrations.

    Get this from a library! Weekly Reader Childrens Book Club presents The travels of Monarch X. [Ross E Hutchins; Jerome P Connolly] -- This book takes you through the different stages of the Monarch butterfly. "This is a true story of a Monarch butterfly. It was one of thousands of Monarchs tagged by Dr. Fred Urquhart of the. She bought for him the book titled "The Travels of Monarch X", which opened a new world for the eager scientist. Every evening mother and son worked together at the dining table. If Ebright had nothing to do she would find learning work for him.


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It told how Monarch butterflies migrate to Central America. Readers were invited to help study butterfly migration at the end of the readers were asked to tag butterflies for research by Dr. Frederick of the Toronto University.

But at this point his mother got him a book called “The Travels of Moarch X’. This book told him about the migration of monarch butterflies to Central America.

This book aroused his interest in Monarch butterflies and opened the world of science to him. This proved. Ebright used to collect different species of butterflies. He had collected all the species of butterflies found in that area.

He read the book ‘The Travels of Monarch X’. At the end of the book, the readers were asked to help study butterflies’ migration. So. (d) This happened through the book, ‘The Travels of’ Monarch X’.

Beginning in kindergarten, Ebright collected butterflies with the same determination that has marked all his activities. He also collected rocks, fossils and coins.

He became an eager astronomer, too, sometimes star-gazing all night. The Travels of Monarch X. Read more. 9 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Bearwallow. out of 5 stars Love it. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Verified Purchase. I love Anurag Agrawal's Monarch and Milkweeds book.

Written in a friendly, readable style, Agrawal describes the surprisingly one-way Reviews:   How did ‘The Travels of Monarch X’ prove a turning point in his life.

Answer: Richard was bored with collecting butterflies. At this time, his mother got the book ‘The Travels of Monarch X’ for him. After reading the book, he studied the migration of butterflies and it opened the world of science to him.

Question 5. The book, The Travels of Monarch X, opened the world of science to him. He sent tagged butterflies to Dr Urquhart for his research works. Dr Urquhart’s new ideas and suggestions helped Ebright to achieve prizes and honours in the county and International Science Fairs.

Q At the end of the book, The Travels of Monarch X, readers were invited to help study monarch butterflies’ migration.

They were asked to tag butterflies for research by Dr Urquhart. Soon, Richard Ebright was attaching light adhesive tags to the wings of monarch butterflies. He used to send them to Dr Urquhart for his research work.

Q   Answer: The book ‘The Travels of Monarch X’ opened the world of science for Richard. After reading it he became interested in tracking the migration of butterflies.

This interest led to his. The Travels of Monarch X is the story of the journey of one Monarch butterfly who in a period of four months actually traveled some 2, miles from Canada to Mexico.

"X" was one of the thousands of Monarchs tagged by Dr. Fred Urquhart of the Universitry of Toronto in. Get this from a library. The travels of Monarch X.

[Ross E Hutchins; Jerome P Connolly] -- A scientifically accurate account of the life cycle and migration of one monarch butterfly. The Travels of Monarch X including reading this book about the monarch butterfly, in Ping & the Snirkelly People. One person found this helpful. Helpful. 0 Comment Report abuse Bill M.

out of 5 stars Very good condition for 50 yr old book. Reviewed in the United States on Septem /5. How did ‘The Travels of Monarch X’ prove a turning point in his life.

Answer: Richard was bored with collecting butterflies. At this time, his mother got the book ‘The Travels of Monarch X’ for him.

After reading the book, he studied the migration of butterflies and it. 'The Travels of Monarch X' book opened the world of scince for him. Ebbright did real experiment.

At 22, an article 'How Cells Work' was published. He. The book The Travels of Monarch X gave him a thorough knowledge about the monarch butterflies. In the second year of his high school, Ebright began to search an unknown hormone in the gold spots of butterflies.

In later years, he discovered how a cell could read the blueprint of its DNA. Ebright was encouraged by his mother. He kept on enriching his treasure of rocks, fossils, coins and butterflies. He collected all 25 varieties.

His mother bought him a book The Travels of Monarch X. It opened a new world of science to him. Question 2.The major point of the book is to emphasize the marvelous strength of one of nature's most fragile and familiar creatures and to ask for volunteer help in the study of Monarch butterfly migration.

The text does this by following the course of a Monarch butterfly tagged near Toronto with a request for the finder to send word to the scientist running the study. ""X"" got all the way to San Luis.