!!> PDF ⚡ We Planted a Tree ✎ Author Diane Muldrow – Anguillais.us

We Planted a Tree Reading We Planted A Tree By Diane Muldrow Paletterie2000.eu We Planted A Tree And It Grew Up, While It Reached For The Sky And The Sun In This Simple Poem Illustrated By Award Winner Bob Staake, Two Young Families In Two Very Different Parts Of The World Plant A Tree As The Trees Flourish, So Do The Families While Trees All Over The World Help Clean The Air, Enrich The Soil, And Give Fruit And Shade.With A Nod To Kenya S Successful Green Belt Movement, Diane Muldrow S Elegant Text Celebrates The Life And Hope That Every Tree From Paris To Brooklyn To Tokyo Brings To Our Planet Perfect For Young Readers

!!> PDF ⚡ We Planted a Tree  ✎ Author Diane Muldrow – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • We Planted a Tree
  • Diane Muldrow
  • English
  • 10 December 2017
  • 0375864326

    10 thoughts on “!!> PDF ⚡ We Planted a Tree ✎ Author Diane Muldrow – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Very nice story about the importance of planting trees, how they help not only beautify our towns and cities but provide homes for wildlife and protect against soil erosion, etc I enjoyed how the story showed people enjoying and caring for trees in a variety of cultures and locations around th...


  2. says:

    This is a nice ode to a tree, with an environmental message that isn t too heavy handed It says that if we take care of and plant trees, they will help us in return, by providing us with oxygen, shade, wood, flowers, nuts and fr...


  3. says:

    So lovely, and just right for kids to see what s the big deal about trees Not didactic, it shows different families who plant trees and experience all the good that happens, from cool shade to fruit to soil conservation to cleaner air Makes me want to, well, plant a tree


  4. says:

    Two families from different cultures and different parts of the world, plant a tree Those trees grow and nourish not only the families but help the heal the world The contrasting colors and hues seems to align with the comparison of the two growing families I appreciate the author illustrator duo paying a tribute to Kenya s Green Belt Movement I was unaware of this movement and it is amazing how children s books can be used to educate children and adults about important issues here and over Two families from different cultures and different parts of the world, plant a tree Those trees grow and no...


  5. says:

    I love the pictures, and I like that the environmental message comes through without being overbearing or preachy It is just a fun, simple story.


  6. says:

    I read this today at work, to the children before rest time We learned about trees and all that they do for us while they grow I think this is one of those books that we will read a few times so all the messages start to sink in Each time we read it I m sure they will pick up on ...


  7. says:

    My 3 year old daughter and I really enjoyed reading this book and seeing the families in the book grow up We found a lot of things to talk about through the illustrations on each page I pointed out the families and how they were growing throughout the book just like trees were I loved that the book was multicultural and it felt like the tree was symbolic for humanity and living well with the earth and each otherat least the way I read it to my daughter She has asked me to read the book to My 3 year old daughter and I really enjoyed reading this book and seeing the families in the book grow up We found a lot of things to talk about through the illustrations on each page I pointed out the families and how they were gro...


  8. says:

    This book has very unique illustration Two families both planted a tree and the story starts there A tree help people to grow and provide a comfort zone It is a simple poetry and very easy for little kids to understand.


  9. says:

    I loved the rhythm of the words and the detail in the pictures It was sweet without being too cloying, and the message was just right for K 1 My six year old says, I loved all the color.


  10. says:

    Diane Muldrow offers the reader the gift of a wonderful literary work It is simple and yet extremely effective It pulls the heartstrings as it educates It is multifaceted in its multicultural exploration of the subject It is extremely educational for it helps the young reader to understand the importance of ecological balance The trees are important not only in what they give us materially, but what the growth as human beings conscious of our role in preserving the world we inhabit Combine Diane Muldrow offers the reader the gift of a wonderful literary work It is simple and yet extremely effective It pulls the heartstrings as it educates It is multifaceted in its multicultural exploration of the subject It is extremely educational for it helps the young reader to understand the importance of ecological balance The trees are important not only in what they give us materially, but what the growth as human beings conscious of our role in preser...

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