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Meeting Trees by Scott Russell Sanders
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Meeting Trees

by Scott Russell Sanders

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A boy and his father walk to the woods near their home, they share what they know about the bark, leaves, and fruit of the different species they see. This book supports social-moral development of children and also children can understand different types of natural things.
Age: 8-12
Sources: Pierce College Ft. Steilacoom
  syumru | Oct 28, 2013 |
REVIEW: "As a boy and his father walk in the woods near their home, they share what they know about the bark, leaves, and fruit of the different species they see."
SOURCE: Pierce Library
  awetnoodle | Mar 14, 2013 |
REVIEW: "As a boy and his father walk in the woods near their home, they share what they know about the bark, leaves, and fruit of the different species they see."
SOURCE: Pierce Library
  everything4nothin | Mar 13, 2013 |
This story you different trees and what you can find on them and dear them.Scott and his father have a game to play to learn the names of different trees. You'll want to play it too.
  shannonsharp | Mar 9, 2013 |
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As they walk through the woods, young Scott and his father play a game of naming the trees. Sanders'' viv id prose conveys not just information about trees, but also an emotional feeling for their importance in our lives. '

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As a boy and his father walk in the woods near their home, they share what they know about the bark, leaves, and fruit of the different species they see.

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