Dec 14, 2012

Dellarobia wishes her life were even a fraction as interesting as her name.  Pregnant and married at 17, she lives with her husband in a home his parents built for them in the shadow of their own and under their thumbs.  One miscarriage and two children later Dellarobia is trying to escape her life in the only way she knows how – affairs with other men.  On her way to her first actual liaison she climbs a mountain near her home and sees something that will change her life forever – millions of Monarch Butterflies.  This encounter introduces the phenomenon, fictional, though possible, of

One Hundred Butterflies by Harold Feinstein

Rated by Library Staff (not verified)
Jun 3, 2012

A collection of 100 close-up color photos of exotic butterflies against black backgrounds. It’s an adult book that held the interest of 5 children for over an hour. Some photos capture the top and bottom sides of the butterflies. Visually stunning. A few pages include quotations from writers like Wordsworth, Hans Christian Andersen, Hawthorne, and Shelley.