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Butterfly Summer (Davis Landing Series #1)

by Arlene James

  • 164 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Steeple Hill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Love Inspired

The Physical Object
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7421564M
ISBN 100373812701
ISBN 109780373812707

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Butterfly Summer (Davis Landing Series #1) by Arlene James Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Butterfly Summer is actually the first book by Harriet Evans I’ve read, which is quite weird, but I can’t change it. Anyway, let’s start This book tells the story of Nina Parr and especially the young woman discovering part of her family she has never known/5(). Butterfly Summer tells the tale of Becky who at age 12 moves to the smalltown of Oakbridge with her mother.

Becky thinks that moving out to the middle of nowhere will be boring with a capital B but what happens when she finds a photo of her mum taken 12 years before she was born holding a baby girl.4/5.

Butterfly Summer tells the tale of Becky who at age 12 moves to the smalltown of Oakbridge with her mother. Becky thinks that moving out to the middle of nowhere will be boring with a capital B but what happens when she finds a photo of her mum taken 12 years before she was born holding a baby girl/5(4).

The Butterfly Summer is the latest novel by the Sunday Times bestselling author Harrier Evans. It is a story full of mystery and secrets that, although primarily set in /5. Butterfly Summer by Arlene James is a sweet contemporary Christian romance. It's the first book in the Davis Landing series, a six-book, multi-author series.

It's stand-alone Butterfly Summer book you don't mind that there will be loose ends for the secondary characters at the conclusion/5. Butterfly Summer (Davis Landing, Book 1) (Larger Print Love Inspired #) [James, Arlene] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Butterfly Summer (Davis Landing, Book 1) (Larger Print Love Inspired #)/5(12). Some secrets last a lifetime 9 years + When Becky and her mum move to the tiny village of Oakbridge, Mum is hoping for a new beginning. But when Becky discovers an old photo of her mum in hospital clutching a baby, twelve years before Becky was born, Becky becomes haunted by the thought that her mum is keeping something from her.

Stifled by her mum's over-protectiveness and depressive moods /5(2). The book's "catarpillar" (which appears on every page but the last) is a slinky covered with green fabric that squeezes and expands again when each page is turned.

The story's words are a fun fresh rhyme, and the book shows what happens when a catarpillar goes to "sleep." He wakes up a butterfly, which is the pop-up that appears on the last page/5(32).

Free download or read online Butterfly Summer pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published in May 1stand was written by Anne-Marie Conway.

The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this fantasy, paranormal story are.4/5.

Buy The Butterfly Summer: Dark family secrets hide in the shadows of a forgotten Cornish house by Evans, Harriet (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5().

Mesmerising and mysterious, Butterfly Summer is a haunting tale of intense friendship and dangerous discovery. In her summer of secrets, all Becky knows is that everything can change in the beat of a butterfly’s wing When Becky finds an old photo in a box under her mum’s bed, everything she thought she knew comes crashing down.

--Booktrust Like the sun glinting on a butterfly's wing, there's both light and darkness in Anne-Marie Conway's outstanding novel [Butterfly Summer] gets to the heart of childhood dilemmas whilst unravelling mysteries from the past.

A terrific read for youngsters aged nine and over/5(). This beautifully illustrated book about a caterpillar's sprintime adventure is sure to delight young readers.

In addition to the fun-to-read, rhyming story, Caterpillar Spring, Butterfly Summer features a colourful, fabric-covered spring that stretches and winds through the colourful scenes, mimicking the motion of a crawling caterpillar/5. Butterfly Summer is in a slightly younger age bracket to the books I usually read, and I was pleasantly surprised to be completely swept up in the story from the first page.

Any child who's moved home will empathise with Becky and her struggle to settle into her new home, but primarily, the story is about that discovery that parents did once have a life before you came along.

Butterfly Summer by Anne-Marie Conway - review 'Exciting, mesmerising and suspenseful, Butterfly Summer is one of the most enjoyable books I have ever read' ShadowMasterAuthor: Shadowmaster. Butterfly Summer by Harriet Evans Harriet Evans is the Sunday Times bestselling author of A Place for Us and The Butterfly Summer is her must-share new novel about Keepsake, a house in Cornwall that comes with a family legacy every bit as full of danger as it is of wonder.

Fans of Kate Morton and Jojo Moyes will love this book. T he Butterfly Summer is an amazing achievement; heart-stopping. "Butterfly Summer," first in the Davis Landing series by Arlene James, published by Steeple Hill's Love Inspired line, is one such example. James gives depth not only to the primary characters, Heather Hamilton and Ethan Danes, but to the whole Hamilton clan, whose stories will be told by different authors in upcoming Davis Landing books.4/5(1).

I went along to Butterfly World near St Albans for Anne-Marie Conway’s book signing. This is the Butterfly Garden from the story and going there made it easy to forget that the story wasn’t real.

The Butterfly Garden and Becky’s search for the Silver-studded Blue frames the story, making you think about how the tiniest moments alter the. By Susan Hood - Caterpillar Spring, Butterfly Summer: 10th Anniversary Edition (Nov Brdbk) () [Hardcover] by Susan Hood | Jan 1, Hardcover.

'Suspenseful and intriguing' - Sophie McKenzie; 'Secrets and mysteries abound in Anne-Marie conway's haunting novel, BUTTERFLY SUMMER. Becky and her mother have moved to a small village for a fresh start but when Becky finds an old photo of her mother with a baby, taken 12 years before Becky herself was born, questions need to be answered.

Get this from a library! Butterfly summer. [Arlene James] -- The Gossip Guru. has some shocking news; devout Wallace Hamilton, head of rival newspaper the Davis Landing Dispatch, is not Jeremy Hamilton's father!

Word is, his wife was already pregnant when they. Butterfly Summer by Anne-Marie Conway,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5().Wildflower Bay is a stunning, romantic summer read by Rachael Lucas.

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