A dusty, grayish moth is feeling kind of down. He's nothing like the Luna moth, Spider moth, or Atlas moth. And don't even get him started on beloved butterflies! He's just not special like those insects. But then . . . a boy sees him and enlightens our little moth on how extraordinary ordinary can be.
“Think back to when you were a child. Remember the kids who were the best at something? Sports or school or music? The kids who seemed to always be at the top of whatever it is they were doing? Did you ever feel, by comparison, un-special? Karlin Gray and Steliyana Doneva’s beautiful An Extraordinary Ordinary Moth is the perfect book for kids who don’t see their own special contributions....a perfect reminder that everyone and everything, no matter how seemingly ordinary, is extraordinary to the right person.”—San Francisco Book Review
“An effective picture book for preschool science units.”—Booklist