Author: Nancy GrossenbacherISBN 978-1-62137-526-5 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-873-0 (softcover)
Oliver, the butterfly, was quite content with his life until Cornelius the Ant criticizes him for being different from all the other creatures in the garden.
The critical words of Cornelius cause Oliver to experience self-doubt and to question his purpose in life.
Oliver's search to find his reason for being takes him on a most unusual journey in which he learns a great lesson about acceptance of himself and of others.
This is a book for children of all ages with the hope that it will bring peace and understanding. Whatever our origin or beliefs, each being has received the gifts of life and intelligence. Let us use these gifts wisely to create harmony in our diverse surroundings.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nancy Grossenbacher was one of the first women to attend Texas A&M University. She attended both Texas A&M and Sam Houston State University majoring in Journalism. Mrs. Grossenbacher was inspired by teachers, Skip Lebo and Leon Hale, who taught her to see the world both accurately and creatively.
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