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The Big Adventures of a Little Tree: Tree Find Friendship is about a little tree living down by the shore with his brothers and sisters. This little tree wants to branch out, to find adventure, so he starts calling for his forest friends until the birds hear him and help him walk around on his adventure through the forest. Tree has lots of fun with many friends until it is time for winter. Oh, the tree needs to go home, but how? He can't move all by himself. Find the answers when you read The Big Adventures of a Little Tree by Nadja Springer.
Having a live talking tree is a brilliant idea for a story to teach children about love and friendships. Can trees dream? Tree, in this adorable story, dreamed and his dream came true. It was so much fun to watch Tree interact with the children throughout this book. Each page is filled with the story and the wonderful, vivid, and colorful illustrations make the perfect backdrop. Tilla Rand-Belle does an amazing job with the illustrations in this book. Each page of illustrations fits the story well. This is my first book by this author but after reading The Big Adventures of a Little Tree by Nadja Springer, I will definitely be reading more. If you know of a daycare, pre-school, or anywhere children will be, please suggest they purchase this book, or you can purchase it yourself and donate it. And your small child won't be able to read this yet, but his/her imagination will run wild as they look at the pictures and hear you read it aloud.