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The Butterfly Adventure Paperback – May 11, 2012
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"The Butterfly Adventure" is Nancy Lorraine's first published book. However, she just won an award in the Porter Fleming Literary Competition for a non-fiction essay. She and Dot Herron, the illustrator, have just published their second work about a small tattered Monarch butterfly who finds a way to migrate with help from friends. The book is called "Tatty, The Lonely Monarch." End notes provide information about butterflies, migration, and the flowers they depend on.
Nancy Lorraine is the pen name for Nancy Lorraine Edelman. As Nancy Lorraine Edelman, Ph.D. she has just published her third book, a self-help book, "Dixie and the Sunshine Butterflies: A Story of Grief and Recovery for Parents and Children." She co-authored this book with Elizabeth Newlin, MD, a adolescent-child psychiatrist. This book would be appropriate for parents and for mental health professionals.
Top Customer Reviews
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Inspired by her own granddaughter, Ava Lorraine, and her garden explorations, author Nancy Lorraine's love of nature spills out from every page. Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Mary Anne Benedetto
It is a beautifully illustrated book and the story was enjoyed by my grandchildren. It was obviously very well researched.and I enjoyed it as much as - the grandchildren.Published on January 22, 2013 by Norma L Johnson - Norma L.Johnson
I hope that The Butterfly Adventure, a lovely, unpretentious children's book, gains a wide audience. Read morePublished on July 12, 2012 by Carol Mangis
I just received this book today, sat down & read it and now cannot wait to send it off to my 5 year old grandaughter. It was illustrated beautifully. Read morePublished on May 25, 2012 by Mary Beth Schillo