Have you ever wished that you could become something else, that you could watch others as they spent happy times with their families and share their joy with them? Doris can do this.Every night, she visits Dreamland in her sleep and turns into a red-and-black butterfly. She flies around, forgetting her old life and watching as children go about their daily lives. “In Dreamland, children’s lives were as they should be, filled with love, truth, and beauty.” Though her mommy and daddy love her very much, Doris has a dark secret, but she is able to forget her sadness in the happiness of her dreams. In each chapter, Doris has a new dream about a new place or event, including trick-or-treating, gym class, and the beach. Follow Doris the red-and-black butterfly as she embarks on her nightly adventures in Doris in Dreamland.I believe this book will best serve when combined with a class on child abuse prevention. This book is for the child who has been abused and remains silent. It is to let them know they are not alone and to help them find their voice.