The Butterfly House

Author: Marcia Preston
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 0778313050
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A decade after a fire that destroyed her friend's home of Rockhaven and claimed her own alcoholic mother's life, Roberta continues to be haunted by the tragedy and struggles to come to terms with the secret she possesses about the event.

The Butterfly House

Author: Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776670396
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The story is a hilarious send-up of the preposterous posturing and one-upmanship that runs amok among the members of a women's club in early-twentieth-century New Jersey.

Butterfly House

Author: Eve Bunting
Publisher: Scholastic
ISBN: 9780590848848
Size: 38.63 MB
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Could they be coming back to return the kindness that the little girl had shown so long ago? Eve Bunting's lyrical language and Greg Shed's sun-kissed paintings make for a brilliant celebration of nature, spring, and the cycle of life.

The Butterfly House

Author: Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 9781426451201
Size: 71.83 MB
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.

The Butterfly House

Author: Consultant in Community Geriatrics and General Internal Medicine Sarah Smith
Publisher: Tate
ISBN: 9781849762052
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Lizzy and Jack take their new cat to visit their grandmother and her house full of butterflies.

At The Butterfly House

Author: Edna Adelaide Brown
Publisher:
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Last night, Billy Park drove past the Butterfly House and it was lighted, so he
thinks some of them have come.” “I knew Charles Dexter when he was a boy, and
a nice boy he was,” mused old Mrs. Halliday. “How he did love Thorn! He'd come
up to see Andrew Saturday afternoons,—they were in the Academy together—
and off up the mountain they'd go. No path nor nothin' but they'd make a bee-line
for the top. Charlie married such a pretty girl, Anne Cary. She was an artist and
was ...