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If a tree could talk

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Published by Creative Teaching Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Science,
  • Children: Grades 1-2,
  • Study & Teaching,
  • General

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementwritten by Rozanne Lanczak Williams ; illustrated by Mary Thelen
ContributionsThelen, Mary
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8336674M
ISBN 100916119432
ISBN 109780916119430

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  The book is about a boy who grows up amongst trees that can talk. The trees have stood still and watched a lot of things happen around them in the world. The book takes different topics and tells the boy the stories of world events from their perspective. The trees are also form a network amongst them and can act as the need s: 1. If These Trees Could Talk Book Series. likes. This site is designed to give you information about the book series starting with the first book, "If These Trees Could Talk: Park 1 " by Kate ers:   TREE SIX If a tree could talk, it would say Stop cutting us down! We give you oxygen! And apples! If you cut us down, we would get angry and throw apples at you! We also give you shade and wood for your furniture. Children can build tree houses Author: St. Dominics National School. If These Trees Could Talk by Brian W. Smith was an excellent novel about two young boys from completely different backgrounds who form a friendship because they are both being abused. They seek safety and refuge in the woods between the neighborhoods and that is where their secrets lie/5.

If These Trees Could Talk by Brian W. Smith is about Josh and Stevie and the secret they share. Josh has found a friend in Stevie, one he can trust and share his secrets with. Stevie has a friend in Josh one he can try to protect and help. They have each other because their lives are similar/5. Words Essay on If Trees Could Speak. Article shared by. J.C. Bose, the great Indian scientist, has proved that trees have life as do the animals and humans. Tree trunks would boast to one another of their advanced age and experience. Fruits would tell stories about their childhood. Branches would talk about the visits they have had from. If This Old Tree Could Talk to Me! book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Once in a long while, a book for children is so c /5. If Trees Could Talk Sun, 06/23/ - sarahshack7. As I sit beneath this towering pine, I wonder what it would be like if trees could talk. Would their souls pour out in relief after so many cooped up years? Or maybe they would laugh at all the passer-bys that never knew they were being watched.