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The Leaf that was Left

by Kim Bryan-Brown

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This picture book for young readers contains a timely story told in a timeless fashion. When one young girl with so very much feels nonetheless that something's missing, she learns that the secret to "having things" may mean simply leaving them for others. A 32 page hardcover children's book. Beautiful full-color acrylic-on-watercolor-paper illustrations. Perfect for bedtime reading, or for elementary classroom and library read-alouds.

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On a wintery day, Louella and her father go for a walk in the snow. They find the last brown leaf hanging from a big tree. Louella wants the leaf, but decides to leave it there for others to enjoy.

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