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|Giant Sequoias |
Of three thousand years.
Friends to the sky.
Spongy thick bark.
Large as an ark.
Anchored in earth.
Growing by degrees
To world's tallest trees.
Never destroy a
| Monkey Tree Puzzle |
It's said that
a monkey could climb
Up this tree in the
Quickest of time.
But climbing back down
Is a puzzle so hard,
It's a crime.
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although some of the poems were a bit advanced for her, she enjoyed the book and have re-read it. It is a book she keeps in her bookshelf.Published on September 22, 2012 by Jong Lee
This charming collection of 19 poems celebrates trees in all their variety. With a playful, kid-friendly sense of rhythm, respected poet Florian turns turns the book on its side,... Read morePublished on April 10, 2011 by Madigan McGillicuddy
This book is cool in that it opens sideways like a wall calendar. I like the style of the illustrations, but they're too dark for my taste. Read morePublished on October 28, 2010 by Sue
Are you a fan of poetree? A lover of all things green and leafy? Ever want to know more about a Baobab or an oak? Or tree roots and seeds? Read morePublished on August 17, 2010 by Miss Print
I have purchased many children's books and poetry books in the past. This one is the most charming and a great keepsake even when my children are grown. Read morePublished on July 22, 2010 by Helen L.
I sometimes get the blessing of teaching poetry lessons to small children. I am going to plan a lesson around this book. It is so much fun.Published on July 17, 2010 by H. A Truett
Disclaimer: I am reviewing an advance copy I received for free through the Vine program.
Well I (the parent) liked the book, but the 5-year old kid was bored, mostly. Read more
Poetrees is an artfully painted book with educational content mixed in. Its sideways binding has pages turning upward instead of left to right, which the author took advantage of... Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by Mysti