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Covington Branch E LAYTO N (Text) 33126021984293 Easy Available -
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  • ISBN: 9780763689520
  • ISBN: 0763689521
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 30 cm
  • Edition: First U.S. edition.
  • Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, 2017.

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A little fable about how cutting down one tree can ... Read More
Subject: Fables > Fiction.
Trees > Fiction.
Forest conservation > Fiction.
Genre: Fables.

  • Baker & Taylor
    When a couple buys land that includes a large tree housing forest animals, they must decide how to proceed with their building plans.
  • Baker & Taylor
    The tree. Home to a family of birds in their nest, squirrels in their drey and rabbits in their burrow. But what happens to the animals when a man and woman decide to cut it down and use it for their dream house? Can the tree be home to both the animals and the humans?
  • Baker & Taylor
    A fable exploring the harmony of the natural world describes how the rabbits, birds and squirrels that live in a big tree worry about losing their homes when two humans arrive, ready to use the tree for their own house.
  • Random House, Inc.
    When a family wants to cut down a tree to build a house, what happens to the animals' nests and burrows? Can a tree be home to everyone?

    For the rabbits, birds, and squirrels, the big tree is home. But then come two new arrivals with wonderful plans, all ready to create their dream house. What will it mean for the animal families if their tree is cut down? With empathy and imagination, Neal Layton offers a hopeful outlook in this simple and powerful fable about the harmony of the natural world.
  • Random House, Inc.
    When a family wants to cut down a tree to build a house, what happens to the animals’ nests and burrows? Can a tree be home to everyone?

    For the rabbits, birds, and squirrels, the big tree is home. But then come two new arrivals with wonderful plans, all ready to create their dream house. What will it mean for the animal families if their tree is cut down? With empathy and imagination, Neal Layton offers a hopeful outlook in this simple and powerful fable about the harmony of the natural world.

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