Illustrated by Steliyana Doneva; published by Sleeping Bear Press (March, 2018)

Iím an ordinary moth, as you can plainly see. A dusty, grayish, dull insectónothing-special me.

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.

Karlin Gray is not a lepidopteristóa person who studies moths and butterflies. But when her son announced that the moth was his favorite insect, she decided to take a closer look at the little creature. When she did, she learned some extraordinary things and was inspired to write AN EXTRAORDINARY ORDINARY MOTH.

AN EXTRAORDINARY ORDINARY MOTH will be published on March 15, 2018 by Sleeping Bear Press.