From School Library Journal
PreSchool-K?One winter day, elderly Sarah notices a young boy at the bus stop without mittens, so she knits him a pair and leaves them on a tree where he'll find them. She continues to knit (anonymously) and leaves mittens for the children who need them. One day, a large basket of yarn is left on her doorstep, enabling her to continue her work. The story is well told, warm without being treacly. The scratchy illustrations are done in crisp, winter colors. A good bedtime tale for a cold winter night after playing all day in the snow.?Christine A. Moesch, Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, NY
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It truly is a wonderful book that inspired me to create a community 'Mitten Tree' right here in my village...As you can probably imagine, this book provides the foundation for an amazing community service project for you to undertake with your children. --Katie's Literature Lounge Blog
'The Mitten Tree' is a beautiful book... illustrations are soft, delicate, textured treasures that greatly enhance this lovely, charming tale of goodwill. --Midwest Book Review, February 2010
This delightful children's book...celebrates giving from the heart with no need for recognition or applause. --The Lutheran magazine
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