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    Publisher: Floris Books

    The Boy with the Butterfly Mind

    £7.99
    Paperback edition of the moving and funny novel from Victoria Williamson, author of The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle. When chaotic Jamie and ordered Elin's two families blend, sparks fly. But perhaps they have something in common...
    ISBN: 9781782506447
    AuthorVictoria Williamson
    Pub Date19/03/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages264
    Availability: In Stock

    Jamie Lee wants to be normal. But his ADHD makes him feel like his brain is full of butterflies.
    Elin Watts wants to be perfect. If she can be, surely her dad will come home.

    When Jamie and Elin's families blend, the polar opposites of chaotic Jamie and ordered Elin collide. As their lives spiral out of control, Jamie and Elin discover that they're actually more alike than they'd admit. Maybe there's no such thing as normal, or perfect. And perhaps, just like families, happy-ever-afters come in all shapes and sizes.

    Uplifting and moving, The Boy with the Butterfly Mind is an inspiring story of acceptance, blended families, and discovering that in the end, being yourself is more than enough.

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    Jamie Lee wants to be normal. But his ADHD makes him feel like his brain is full of butterflies.
    Elin Watts wants to be perfect. If she can be, surely her dad will come home.

    When Jamie and Elin's families blend, the polar opposites of chaotic Jamie and ordered Elin collide. As their lives spiral out of control, Jamie and Elin discover that they're actually more alike than they'd admit. Maybe there's no such thing as normal, or perfect. And perhaps, just like families, happy-ever-afters come in all shapes and sizes.

    Uplifting and moving, The Boy with the Butterfly Mind is an inspiring story of acceptance, blended families, and discovering that in the end, being yourself is more than enough.