What Did the Tree See?
Charlotte Guillain, Sam Usher
Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
Published: 18th Feb '21
Told in rhyming verse, this non-fiction picture book follows the story of an oak tree on a hilltop as it witnesses life changing around it over the course of hundreds of years.
‘This beautifully drawn book is a delightful launchpad for home learning’ – Sunday TimesTold in gentle rhyming verse, this beautiful non-fiction picture book follows the story of an oak tree on a hilltop as it witnesses life changing around it over the course of hundreds of years. From the time when hunters chased deer through the woodland, to when trees were cleared for farmland, to the smog and factories emerging during the industrial revolution. One majestic oak has seen it all, and now we can too.Accompanying pages at the end of the book include a timeline of events in world history across the periods featured in the poem, the life cycle of an oak tree, and prompts to help parents and children explore their own local history.10p from every book sold goes to support the work of the National Forest.
|Dimensions||230 × 280 mm|