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How Now Butterfly?

Author : Charity Lee
ISBN : 9781948239639
Genre : True Crime
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A mother recounts her unthinkable experience after her thirteen-year-old son murders his little sister—and her struggle to emerge from devastation. Losing a young daughter to murder is the worst nightmare that a mother could possibly imagine—but what if the killer was her son? Charity Lee was thrust into this unimaginable situation when her thirteen-year-old son, Paris, murdered her beloved four-year-old daughter, Ella. Charity goes through intense grief at the loss of her daughter, while at the same time trying to understand why her son would have done something as horrific as this, and how she could have missed the signs that Paris was a true psychopath. While barely holding herself together throughout her intense grief, Charity is still a mother and feels a need to advocate for her son to receive appropriate treatment while incarcerated, while at the same time trying to ensure he stays in prison so he can never hurt someone again. Charity still loves her son and craves a connection with him despite all he has done. Because of her experiences, she rebuilds her life and starts a non-profit to help other families of victims, as well as offenders. This book is a meditation on grief, loss, and forgiveness unlike any other. It’s also an inspirational story of a true survivor. How Now, Butterfly? is a haunting memoir that no reader will soon forget.

Ruth Heller S How To Hide A Butterfly Other Insects

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ISBN : 044840477X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Rhyming text describes how various insects camouflage themselves to proctect against predators.

Butterfly People

Author : William R. Leach
ISBN : 9780307907875
Genre : History
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With 32 pages of full-color inserts and black-and-white illustrations throughout. From one of our most highly regarded historians, here is an original and engrossing chronicle of nineteenth-century America’s infatuation with butterflies, and the story of the naturalists who unveiled the mysteries of their existence. A product of William Leach’s lifelong love of butterflies, this engaging and elegantly illustrated history shows how Americans from all walks of life passionately pursued butterflies, and how through their discoveries and observations they transformed the character of natural history. Leach focuses on the correspondence and scientific writings of half a dozen pioneering lepidopterists who traveled across the country and throughout the world, collecting and studying unknown and exotic species. In a book as full of life as the subjects themselves and foregrounding a collecting culture now on the brink of vanishing, Leach reveals how the beauty of butterflies led Americans into a deeper understanding of the natural world. He shows, too, that the country’s enthusiasm for butterflies occurred at the very moment that another form of beauty—the technological and industrial objects being displayed at world’s fairs and commercial shows—was emerging, and that Americans’ attraction to this new beauty would eventually, and at great cost, take precedence over nature in general and butterflies in particular.

How Does A Butterfly Grow?

Author : Dk Pub
ISBN : 1465478671
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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From egg to hungry caterpillar, to beautiful, fluttery butterfly, this picture book with flaps follows the complete life cycle of a butterfly. With sturdy board book pages and exciting flaps to lift, it's the perfect life cycle book for young children. This captivating nature book will entertain and educate preschoolers. They'll love finding out about each life cycle stage, as they follow the fascinating pictures and listen to the fun and friendly text. Beautifully illustrated, the book starts by showing all sorts of colorful butterflies. Then through the story of the swallowtail, children learn how a butterfly grows. Close-up photos show the mommy swallowtail laying her eggs, the tiny caterpillar hatching and growing, and the pretty butterfly emerging from its chrysalis. The fully grown swallowtail's scaly, brightly patterned wings lift up from the page as fluttery flaps, and more flaps reveal three other caterpillars transforming into incredible butterflies and an amazing moth. As well as the butterfly life cycle, the book includes other butterfly facts, such as how they feed, how they spread pollen, and how they are similar and different to moths. Perfect for reading aloud, and with stage by stage pictures that tell the butterfly story, every page is easy to follow, and the combination of exciting, crystal-clear photos and charming artwork will hold the interest of the very young. With a friendly approach to life cycle science for young learners, How Does a Butterfly Grow? is an informative picture book to share and enjoy. It makes a great educational gift.

The Butterfly Effect

Author : Andy Andrews
ISBN : 9781404187801
Genre : Self-Help
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A compelling and powerful story about a decision one man made more than 100 years ago and the ripple effect it has had on us individually--and nationwide--today inspires courage and wisdom in daily decisions.

How To Swim Butterfly

Author : Mark Young
ISBN : 9780992742805
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 68. 64 MB
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Always wanted to learn how to swim Butterfly? Do you find basic butterfly technique difficult? How To Swim Butterfly is your perfect guidebook, with over 20 simple exercises containing top tips and key coaching points. Fully illustrated and concise, you will discover: How to learn basic Butterfly in easy steps How to swim with smooth relaxed technique How to isolate and correct your bad habits The perfect aid for any complete beginner to learn, understand and practice and for any swimmer to adjust, correct and improve.

The Butterfly Defect

Author : Ian Goldin
ISBN : 9780691168425
Genre : Political Science
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The Butterfly Defect addresses the widening gap between the new systemic risks generated by globalization and their effective management. It shows how the dynamics of turbo-charged globalization has the potential and power to destabilize our societies. Drawing on the latest insights from a wide variety of disciplines, Ian Goldin and Mike Mariathasan provide practical guidance for how governments, businesses, and individuals can better manage globalization and risk. Goldin and Mariathasan demonstrate that systemic risk issues are now endemic everywhere—in supply chains, pandemics, infrastructure, ecology and climate change, economics, and politics. Unless we address these concerns, they will lead to greater protectionism, xenophobia, nationalism, and, inevitably, deglobalization, rising inequality, conflict, and slower growth. The Butterfly Defect shows that mitigating uncertainty and risk in an interconnected world is an essential task for our future.

I Know How A Butterfly Feels

Author : Ann Palmer
ISBN : 9781771431279
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Who doesn't fantasize about reuniting with their unrequited teenage love? It may be that it becomes more of a desire or secret yearning as we age. When we review our passing years we ask ourselves - "what if..." Few of us are granted that opportunity to try to recapture our past first love. Ann Palmer found him and shares that experience with you in I Know How A Butterfly Feels. How many men spend years longing to get behind the wheel of an RV and take just off for months of travel across most of the western United States? How many women wonder what it would be like to hop in a motor home and travel the U.S.A. alone? Ann did it and shares her ups and down experiences with you. What realizations can come out of a physical as well as an emotional journey within? Read I Know How A Butterfly Feels and see for yourself. Do you live in a Cocoon?

The Girls Home Book Or How To Play And How To Work

Author : Laura Valentine
ISBN : OXFORD:600079504
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A Place For Butterflies

Author : Melissa Stewart
ISBN : 1561455717
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This fact-filled, colorful look at the amazing world of butterflies includes a call to action to protect these beautiful insects.

To Catch A Butterfly

Author : Vivek Kumar Agarwal
ISBN : 9788122311587
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Life could seem like a jungle. Or a garden. Depends on whether you know your way around it. Same was the case with Nirmal, a young, fun loving, peppy guy. Living in Paris, MNC job and a foreign girl-friend, he had it all. His cup was full but was so brittle. It cracked one day and he felt empty. He felt lost in that beautiful jungle. In comes Sara. A professor, a guide, an alter ego. Her now loving, now rebuffing gestures brought him to his knees and made him learn the lessons he already had but dared not look for. May be you are also looking for some of them.

How Do Caterpillars Become Butterflies?

Author : Darice Bailer
ISBN : 0761446826
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Most young children are brimming with questions about the processes and events they observe at work around them every day. This new series, in which each title is in the form of a question, addresses the often mysterious phenomena of the natural world and the amazing behaviors and abilities of plants and animals. In simple, age-appropriate, easy-to-understand language, the five chapters that make up each book take the young reader on a journey of scientific discovery-from the formulation of a simple question to the revelation of the sometimes simple, sometimes startling, explanation. Bold charts, simple scientific illustrations, and dazzling four-color photography bring this process of inquiry vibrantly to life. Echoing the question-and-answer format of the series, each chapter features a challenge question to reinforce the concepts presented and to bolster reading comprehension. In addition, each book contains an activity related to the concepts learned in the text, so students can see for themselves science at work-yet another way of reinforcing the processes and phenomena central to each topic.

How I Won The War

Author : Patrick Ryan
ISBN : 9780571290215
Genre : Fiction
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'Well, Sergeant, here we go then', I said. 'Getting our chance at last of a good old crack at the Boche, eh...?' Ex-infantryman and reconnaissance officer, author and humorist Patrick Ryan is perhaps best remembered for this acerbically comic novel - first published in 1963 and quickly adapted into a 1967 feature film by Richard Lester, starring Michael Crawford and John Lennon. It is a satirical 'memoir' of the misadventures of the haphazard and notably nave Lieutenant Ernest Goodbody and his fellow fighting men of Twelve Platoon - Sergeant Transom, Corporals Hink, Globe and Dooley, Private Drogue et al - as they stumble ill-preparedly into the theatres of World War Two.

More Misinformation

Author : Tom Burnam
ISBN : 0345292510
Genre : Reference
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Witty and provocative essays and one-liners by a master debunker attack the world's seemingly endless supply of false facts, fictions, tables, and misquotations.

How To Spot Butterflies

Author : Patricia Sutton
ISBN : 0395892759
Genre : Nature
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Shows a variety of butterfly species and describes techniques for observing them in the wild

The Butterfly On My Shoulder

Author : Helene Levin
ISBN : 9781449028466
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Butterfly On My Shoulder is an inspiring book composed of poems and commentary about the grief process. Its purpose is to share the love, pain and growth that so many have lived through and to inspire healing by all who grieve. This book lets mourners know that they are not alone and they are not going crazy, they are grieving and they can heal. It was written over a 22 year period by a mother after the death of her 24 year old son by suicide in 1986. Many of the poems have been previously published in newsletters, brochures and on the internet. They have proven to be very encouraging to those who grieve by helping them to deal with and understand their grieving journey. The book offers a clear explanation of the grief journey and grief process as experienced from the perspective of all family members, friends and fellow grievers in fourteen chapters. The chapters are divided by the stages and the friend or family member's perspective. The poems and commentary offer suggestions and information about helpful methods and modalities that a grieving person can use to better negotiate the different stages of grief. The author uses her experiences and education as the Executive Director/CEO of the Florida Initiative for Suicide Prevention, Inc. and a member of the Florida State Suicide Prevention Coordinating Council to explain and share the experiences of thousands of grieving individuals which she has come in contact with over the last 22 years. The commentary and poems express the perspective of both the author and survivors with which she has worked and describes their pain and ultimate healing. This book is a useful tool for anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one including those dealing with a death by suicide.


Author : Isabelle Eoka
ISBN : 9781483605456
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 90. 77 MB
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I try to open my dry mouth, and I try to keep my eyes open. I see a blond man wearing a sweaty tee shirt, holding something in his arms and bouncing in a rhythm I can’t understand. ‘You are just as beautiful as your mother.’ I hear his tear drop land on a baby’s sleeping face. Sebastian turns around and our eyes meet. It was all over. It was all over and I won. I survived. I and my baby girl, Vita, survived.

Handbook For Butterfly Watchers

Author : Robert Michael Pyle
ISBN : 0395616298
Genre : Nature
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This essential handbook covers where to find butterflies; how to observe and photograph them; their behavior, biology, ecology, and life histories; butterfly gardening; butterfly rearing; identification; and conservation.

The Life Cycle Of A Butterfly

Author : Bobbie Kalman
ISBN : 0778706508
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The Life Cycle of a Butterfly explains in simple terms the transformation from pupa to chrysalis to butterfly. Beautifully illustrated, the book also takes a close up look at the caterpillar, one of nature's eating machines" and shows why monarchs fly 4,000 miles after metamorphosis.

The Girl Who Drew Butterflies

Author : Joyce Sidman
ISBN : 9781328830289
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Robert F. Sibert Medal winner Bugs, of all kinds, were considered to be “born of mud” and to be “beasts of the devil.” Why would anyone, let alone a girl, want to study and observe them? One of the first naturalists to observe live insects directly, Maria Sibylla Merian was also one of the first to document the metamorphosis of the butterfly. In this visual nonfiction biography, richly illustrated throughout with full-color original paintings by Merian herself, the Newbery Honor–winning author Joyce Sidman paints her own picture of one of the first female entomologists and a woman who flouted convention in the pursuit of knowledge and her passion for insects. Booklist Editor’s Choice Chicago Public Library Best of 2018 Kirkus Best book of 2018 2018 Bulletin Blue Ribbon Book Junior Library Guild Selection New York Public Library Top 10 Best Books of 2018

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