A Tree Is Nice

A Tree Is Nice

Book - 1956
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The author celebrates the beauty and joy found in the everyday world and captures the wonder of young children as they discover the simple pleasures trees give to those who take the time to enjoy them.
Publisher: [New York] : Harper & Bros., c1956.
ISBN: 9780064431477
Call Number: UDRY
Characteristics: [30] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm
Subjects: Caldecott Medal.
Trees -- Juvenile fiction.
Seasons -- Juvenile fiction.
Play -- Juvenile fiction.
Animals -- Juvenile fiction.
Additional Contributors: Simont, Marc
Harper & Brothers


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KRockstar10 Feb 06, 2014

This book is essentially a list of reasons that trees are nice. That doesn't sound very effective, but I thought the book was wonderful! The illustrations are so cute and the reasons that a tree is nice actually sound like reasons a kid would come up with. I finished the book and thought, "You know what? A tree IS nice!" and then I missed summer even more than I already do. Sigh.

Anyway. This is cute. Check it out.


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