I was just looking at Amazon for the latest lep books when I found this one. Weird. No clue what the book is actually about.
Here is a link that might be useful: Ye Mimi's latest book
Not a moth book of course, but a slim book of poetry by a Chinese author.
The poem also contains the line
"when every butterfly will be a lopsided carpenterÃ¢ÂÂs square".
The poem reminds me of the random words in spamming text; perhaps something is lost in translation to English.
Was this actually classified as a science book, or were you searching Amazon for the word "moth"?
I did searches for "lepidoptera" and "moths." I sorted by publication date. I don't really pay attention to classification/category.
This book came up during the "moths" search.
I was surprised that my search brought up this book:
Zombie Makers: True Stories of Nature's Undead
Says it is geared towards grades 4-8 so I bought a copy to donate to my kids' middle school. If the word "zombie" on the cover gets kids to read a book on bugs, I'll buy it. I worked zombie bugs into my caterpillar talks this year at the middle and high school levels.
Here is a link that might be useful: Zombie Makers: True Stories of Nature's Undead
Glanced at some reviews of the Zombie book, looks like it is scaring the adults more than the kids.
I posted this a couple of years ago, but it is appropriate again here. Some time back the daily newspaper was truncating the TV listings for the show "How I Met Your Mother" to:
How I Met Your Moth