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Tree House in a Storm by Rachelle Burk

Tree House in a Storm

by Rachelle Burk

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Book is dedicated to kids that survived a natural disaster. This book is about two kids surviving hurricane Betsy and losing their house and their precious tree house. Book teaches that perseverance can get you a long way. The kids lost their tree house, but was able to build a bigger and better one. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0880451696, Paperback)

Kenny climbed trees as soon as he could walk, and a few years later, with the help of his little sister Allison, builds a tree house where the two of them rule as king and queen. But their reign promises to be a short one. Located in New Orleans, Kenny and Allison s tree house stands directly in the path of Hurricane Betsy!

This touching tale about the devastation from severe weather events is sure to warm your heart. Learn with Kenny and Allison that even the worst storm can end with a rainbow.

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When nine-year-old Kenny's tree house is destroyed by Hurricane Betsy, he plants an acorn that grows into a tree, and many years later, his children use it to hold a tree house of their own. Based on the author's experiences.

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