During a hike in the Costa Rican rainforest with her parents, Madison is startled by a large, blue butterfly. Her fear progresses to friendship as she finds beauty, magic, and human attributes in the Blue Morpho.
She discovers the butterfly doesn’t sing like the brightly colored birds. He’s not scary like the poison dart frogs. He’s not as playful or noisy as the monkeys. He is calm, as he moves mysteriously throughout the rainforest.
Madison blends magical thinking and curiosity as she learns a host of facts about butterflies and other rainforest inhabitants in her adventure.