I Lived on Butterfly Hill

By Marjorie Agosín, Lee White (Illustrator)

When warships appear, in “I Lived on Butterfly Hill,” Celeste's idyllic life is shattered. As people disappear, Celeste's parents go into hiding, and she is sent into exile. When she returns home, she works to reunite people she loves and to move her country forward. Lyrically written by acclaimed poet, Marjorie Agosín, this Chilean story offers a refreshing perspective on resiliency.

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