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Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Review: Butterfly Park

It’s hard to adjust to a new place, especially when it is devoid of the things you love—like birds and butterflies. Butterfly Park is a simply written tale that shows how adjusting to a new place involves so much more than get used to a different landscape.

By connecting with her neighbours, this little girl, who longs for the butterflies she left behind, finds so much more.

With soft, dreamy landscapes and sharply outlined characters that draw your eye, Butterfly Park tells of making connections without ever saying so. Although it will be a useful read before moving house, this gentle, sparsely worded tale is perfect for little ones at any time.

Title: Butterfly Park
Author/Illustrator: Elly Mackay
Publisher: RP Kids, $16.95 RRP
Publication Date: May 2015
Format: Hard Cover
ISBN: 9780762453399
For ages: 2+
Type: Picture Book

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