"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, 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?
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by on October 21, 2016
- Lulu.com, March 2016
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