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The Mother Tree by Ruth Whitehead
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The Mother Tree (original 1971; edition 1971)

by Ruth Whitehead, Charles Robinson (Illustrator)

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Title:The Mother Tree
Authors:Ruth Whitehead
Other authors:Charles Robinson (Illustrator)
Info:New York, Seabury Press [1971]
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ABSTRACT:
An eleven-year-old finds that one of the more difficult things about her mother's death is helping her four-year-old sister understand that "Mother is not coming home.".
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For My Mother
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Who would venture among catclaw bushes and thorny agarita to find a last year's bird's nest?
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