Archibald B. Moon is looking for the rare blue butterfly of Mooloomunga. He's certain he'll find it, but his helpers, Daisy and Rob, aren't so sure.
In this story, the author has used alliteration to describe things. Alliteration is the repetition of sounds at the beginning of words, for example, "great grasshoppers" and "brilliant bugologist". Practise using alliteration by adding words that start with the same letter: • firefly • jungle • campsite