This book get a French version also Léonie et le papillon doré.
Leonie and the golden butterfly is a short novel that tells the story of Leonie, a girl who meets a little golden butterfly that guides her for seven days, providing her with a unique and enriching experience. Through this story, inspired by leaders such as Francis Bacon and Walt Disney, readers will discover several keys to leadership, including optimism and preparation.
One day, when I was young, I perched comfortably in an armchair, pencil in hand, ready to record the famous words of Mr. Pivot. Eventually, I concluded that his dictation was a sum of mistakes. Several years later, I met Mr. Zeller. He had read my first book and told me that he was pleased to share it and its hidden messages with his grandchildren. He said the messages were better hidden than even the famous Saint Peter’s keys. This friendly encounter gave me the idea for Leonie and the golden butterfly, a short novel where Mr. Zeller and Mr. Pivot would both have roles to play.
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Excerpt about the golden butterfly
“Leonie said that she had seen a pretty little golden butterfly, but she was probably the only one who had seen it. Her parents said that these golden butterflies were rare and kind and sometimes liked to play little pranks, but they had short lives —only a few days. They added that if a butterfly found a child it liked on its first day of life, that child would be the only person who could see it. Over the next few days, the golden butterfly would act as an enlightening guide, providing the child with a unique experience. Leonie felt her heart racing and couldn’t wait until the next day. Maybe she would see the little golden butterfly again?”