This story is about a small, tattered Monarch butterfly who falls behind the rest of the Monarchs during their winter migration. Tatty doesn't want to make the long migration alone. She meets a chickadee and a hummingbird who direct her to a beautiful flower garden. There she finds other kinds of butterflies who also migrate, but to the Gulf Coast of the U.S. She decides to join her new friends in their migration. Tatty learns that even if you can't be the strongest or fastest, you can always choose to be brave. This book is ideal for parents and grandparents to read to the young child and also for the early reader to enjoy on their own. This story was previously published in hardback as Tatty, The Lonely Monarch.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.12(d)|
About the Author
Nancy Lorraine is a wife, mother, and grandmother, an author, a master gardener, and a retired mental health professional. Her books are inspired by her observations of the butterflies, birds, and garden insects who live in her extensive backyard butterfly garden. Her first book about butterflies is called "The Butterfly Adventure." She has also published a book to help children recover from grief called "Dixie and the Sunshine Butterflies."