Butterflies Belong Here is a powerful story of everyday activism and hope.
In this moving story of community conservation, a girl finds a home in a new place and a way to help other small travelers.
This book is about the real change children can make in conservation and advocacy-in this case, focusing on beautiful monarch butterflies.
* From Deborah Hopkinson and Meilo So, the acclaimed team behind Follow the Moon Home
* An empowering, classroom-ready read
* The protagonist is a girl whose family has recently immigrated to the United States.
know what to look for: large black-and-orange wings with a border of
small white specks, flitting from flower to flower, sipping nectar. But
though I looked hard, I couldn't find even one. I wondered if monarch
butterflies belonged here. I wondered if I did, too.
Butterflies Belong Here is proof that even the smallest of us are capable of amazing transformations.
Equal parts educational and heartwarming, this makes a great gift for
parents and grandparents, as well as librarians, science teachers, and
* Those interested in beautiful butterflies and everyday activism will find this lovely book both motivating and inspiring.
* Perfect for children ages 5 to 8 years old
* Add it to the shelf with books like Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter to Our Planet by April Pulley Sayre, The Honeybee by Kirsten Hall, and Greta and the Giants: Inspired by Greta Thunberg's Stand to Save the World by Zoe Tucker
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Deborah Hopkinson is the award-winning author of many books for young readers, including Ordinary, Extraordinary Jane Austen, illustrated by Qin Leng; Michelle, illustrated by AG Ford; Stagecoach Sal, illustrated by Carson Ellis; Abe Lincoln Crosses a Creek, illustrated by John Hendrix; Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt, illustrated by James Ransome and winnMore about Deborah Hopkinson