Today I am lucky enough to share my review of Lisa Heathfield’s Paper Butterflies as part of the blog tour being held by Lerner Books. Before you read my review, make sure you check out the Q&A with Lisa that kicked off the tour earlier this week! Lots of interesting stuff in that post 🙂
Published: October 1st, 2017 by Carolrhoda Lab™ | Series: N/A | Length: 424 pages | Genre: YA contemporary | Source: Received ARC from publisher in exchange for an honest review | Content Warning: abuse, racism, death, bullying, incarceration
Summary from Goodreads:
June’s stepmother physically abuses her, but June can’t find the words to tell anyone. Her only hope is her friendship with Blister, a boy who helps her believe she can escape. Then a shocking tragedy occurs and June finds herself trapped, potentially forever.