Once There Was a Tree An old stump attracts many living creatures

  • Title: Once There Was a Tree
  • Author: Natalia Romanova Gennady Spirin
  • ISBN: 9780140546774
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • An old stump attracts many living creatures.

    • ☆ Once There Was a Tree || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ Natalia Romanova Gennady Spirin
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      Published :2019-02-03T22:27:10+00:00

    One thought on “Once There Was a Tree”

    1. Who owns the tree? (hippie Communist rhetoric follows) Izzy: the bear owns the tree. He got there first.Me: No he didn't, but he owns the tree because he could beat any of the others in a fight. Well except the man, if the man has a gun. So maybe the man owns the tree

    2. 3.75 StarsThis book was not at all what I thought it would be. With a bear on the cover and "Once there was a tree" I figured it was a story about a bear and tree. It so much more.The Tree doesn't belong to just the bear, or the titmouse, or the ants, or the earwig, or the caterpillar, or the flies, or the frogs or the man! "The Tree belongs to all, because it grows from the earth that is home for all!"

    3. This book I like it's better balanced, I think. It's more about the cycle of a tree and the different things that live in and with it.

    4. I'm torn with this book. The illustrations are exquisite (I'm a fan of Spirin), but I feel like they would be lost on anything but a one-on-one read. The messages of the book--we all belong to each other, our actions all touch each other, the earth is our home, etc--would be great to share in a storytime. *sigh* What to do?

    5. Gorgeous illustrations highlight this book about nature and the way that various creatures can live together and create an ecosystem, even within the confines of a tree stump. The narrative is simple and the story is a lesson in science.

    6. Grade 3 Fiction Topic: TressUse to talk about how a tree can be used in so many different ways in our Ecosystem. Show the students how things change and can be used for different thing during different seasons.

    7. The illustrations are beautiful. It's a funny book because of the socialist message. It was originally published in Russia in 1985.

    8. absolutely gorgeous, tremendously detailed illustrations, and the text stands up to them nicely.

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