Publisher:Breakwater Books Ltd, 2015Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Macneil, BeatriceDate:Created2015Summary:
Shunned as an outsider and mistreated due to an undiagnosed learning disability, the young and imaginative Mari-Jen Delene retreats into silence. Around her, the fictional community of Ste. Noire, Cape Breton, hosts a vividly drawn cast of characters: the uncompromising and bitter Mother Superior; the dangerous Uncle Jule; the kind-hearted holocaust survivor Daniel Peter; and Mari-Jen’s rebellious and powerfully intelligent brothers, who sleep next to a map of the world they yearn to explore. Elegantly written and profoundly touching, Butterflies Dance in the Dark stands as a testament to the vibrant resiliency of youth and the enduring powers of the imagination.Original Publisher: St. John's, Breakwater Books LtdLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 9781550816273, 1550816276