by Paul KayLittle Kid Reaction: My children liked the book and the colorful pictures. We were able to make some connections to our lives. The number of words on each page is just right for the toddler/preschool audience. We read it once, but they did not want to read it again.
Big Kid Reaction: I liked the parts about the trees, but overall I did not like this book. The rhyming felt forced and the correlations that were drawn between trees and humans were a bit far-fetched, unnatural, awkward and unnecessary. The story seemed disjointed overall from an adult standpoint. If you can stick to the sentences about trees and skip the parts about people, this has a much more focused and positive message, and an educational one at that.
Pros: Through this book you can share good information about the lives of trees and their impact on our world/environment.
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|Title||If Trees Could Talk|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|File size||5.7 Mb|
|Book rating||3.5 (4 votes)