To Catch A Butterfly

To Catch A Butterfly

Book - 2011
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How many parents have exclaimed, "What did we do to to have a child like this?" To Catch A Butterfly is a book about relationships, specifically the relationship between parent and daughter. Equally, it could be viewed as a book which explores the relationship from the daughter's point of view: "How come I got parents like this?" In this book Barrie Allom, author of the controversial autobiography "Beyond Belief"", writes candidly of a much loved, but not always understood, daughter - one who, like he did, walked outside the frame of conventionality, leaving a trail of heart-searching questions. To Catch A Butterfly is an honest and sensitive account of a parent's struggle to understand a young woman emerging into adulthood. But, as the author says, "This book does not promise slick answers and quick fixes; it simply offers companionship to others on the pathway.".
Publisher: Masterton, N.Z. : Fraser Books, 2011.
ISBN: 9780986459368
Branch Call Number: 155.937 ALL
Characteristics: 123 p. ;,23 cm.


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