In this episode, we have the master of wordless picture books, Caldecott Honor–winning Aaron Becker. He talks about his new book, The Tree and the River.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Bruce Nemovitz’s The Leaf and the Tree, a heartfelt picture book that connects readers with the natural world!
The Leaf & the Tree is a simple, sweet fable that combines an understanding of the cycles of the natural world with an allegory of connections that shape us.
Trees: A Rooted History is a beautiful, fascinating volume that any young botanist will surely treasure.
The First Ñañarito on Earth/El Primer Ñañarito en la Tierra is sure to be a welcome addition to any library for dual-language learners.
Kirsty and the Tree, by Gary Foster, is the story of a very old tree, a cheeky and imaginative little girl, the glories of nature, and the joys of family.
Written by the award-winning author of The One and Only Ivan, Katherine Applegate, Wishtree is an inspiring tale of kindness and tolerance told from the perspective of a wise, old red oak tree (216 rings old).
In The Oak Tree, written by J. Steven Spires and illustrated by Jonathan Caron, the reader is given the opportunity to revisit the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the Gulf Coast 10 years ago.
Tap The Magic Tree, by Christie Matheson, is a beautiful story about the changing seasons centered on a single tree that children are asked to interact with on the page.
Add this book to your collection: We Planted a Tree by Diane Muldrow (Ages 5-8)