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Butterfly Calendar By Vanessa Julye
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photograph of a different colorful butterfly for each month
Butterfly Song By Shelli Sharp
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"She was two small sprigs of a plant, commonly known as a Spider Wort, that her gardener renamed Sleepy Lucy. She received her name on account of her blooming habits. Early in the morning,... More > before the sun rose, Lucy would open her petals to greet the dew..." "Very rarely, a butterfly would visit and weave colorful stories set to wistful tunes of transplants who had found more than just rich soil. A Lucy lucky enough to be immortalized in a song that was carried on the gossamer wings of a butterfly had found one thing – love." Butterfly Song is a two-part book about finding joy and reassurance in the midst of grief, and the inspiration of a sweet story about a magical garden of flowers and how one such Lucy becomes accustomed to her new home with them. Meanwhile, in a garden far away, a hibiscus named Harvey is so lovesick, he's nearing his demise. Will Alfalfa, the butterfly, sing about Lucy? Will Harvey survive?< Less
Butterfly Song By Shelli Sharp
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"She was two small sprigs of a plant, commonly known as a Spider Wort, that her gardener renamed Sleepy Lucy. She received her name on account of her blooming habits. Early in the morning,... More > before the sun rose, Lucy would open her petals to greet the dew..." "Very rarely, a butterfly would visit and weave colorful stories set to wistful tunes of transplants who had found more than just rich soil. A Lucy lucky enough to be immortalized in a song that was carried on the gossamer wings of a butterfly had found one thing – love." Butterfly Song is a two-part book about finding joy and reassurance in the midst of grief, and the inspiration of a sweet story about a magical garden of flowers and how one such Lucy becomes accustomed to her new home with them. Meanwhile, in a garden far away, a hibiscus named Harvey is so lovesick, he's nearing his demise. Will Alfalfa, the butterfly, sing about Lucy? Will Harvey survive?< Less