Bright, cheerful pictures give new life to a charming poem Jefferson sent his granddaughter Cornelia during his presidency. A doting grandfather, he often tucked clippings of stories, riddles and poetry from newspapers into the letters he mailed to his “little circle of readers.” These were pasted into scrapbooks, four of which still survive. “The Butterfly’s Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast” was published by Jefferson’s friend William Roscoe, an English botanist, politician and historian. Softcover, 8” sq., 14 pages. Printed in Virginia.