Teddy and the Blue Butterfly by Gerry Lane
  

Synopsis

Teddy and the Blue Butterfly by Gerry Lane

Teddy and the Blue Butterfly is: A story of love, hope and wishes A story of a magical butterfly, and a teddy bear A story of a young girl's longing to help another A story of a miracle for someone she cares. This rhyming tale is easy to read with an enchanting ending that is emotional and satisfying for both adults and children. Beautifully illustrated, Teddy and the Blue Butterfly will have you believing that miracles really can come true.

About the Author

Gerry Lane, a retired sales manager, wrote his first book Why Don't Guinea Pigs Have Tails? for his granddaughters. His second book, alongside illustrator Jenny Riddle, Teddy and the Blue Butterfly is dedicated to the young Liam Dynes, whose last wish was to give sight to others. Jenny Riddle is a local illustrator who has an Associate Diploma in Art. She worked in Visual Merchandising with major department stores for many years before changing to part-time work in the family business to pursue her love of art and illustration.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Gerry Lane
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Publisher

Brolga Publishing Pty Ltd

Publication date

27th March 2017

ISBN

9781925367645


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