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Fia and the Butterfly: 7 Stories for Character Education

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In this wonderful book for children and those who care for them, you will meet Fredericka Inez Anderson--Fia--an 11-year old African American girl who lives during the year 1963.Fia has problems that are typical for children her age--she has to meet new friends at her new school, she doesn't like the way she looks, and she just hates her school uniform In addition, because ...more
Paperback, 148 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Character Education Press
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Lonnetta M.
Sep 15, 2012 Lonnetta M. rated it it was amazing
I am the author of this book, so of course, I recommend it highly!

Fia is eleven years old and lives in the year 1963, during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. When she slips on the ice after school one day, Fia wakes up on a cloud that is floating over Kenya, East Africa where she meets Nana Bea, a story-telling butterfly who tells her 7 stories that help Fia to address her questions about growing up and also (in the last story)to look at her fears about the four little girls who were ki
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