A Tree for Emmy ePub download
by Mary Ann Rodman
- ISBN: 1561454753
- ISBN13: 978-1561454754
- ePub: 1968 kb | FB2: 1993 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
- Publisher: Peachtree Publishers (March 1, 2009)
- Pages: 32
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 726
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This sweet book is part book about trees and part book about a stubborn, spunky girl
Only 16 left in stock (more on the way). This sweet book is part book about trees and part book about a stubborn, spunky girl. The mimosa is compared to flowers like dandelions that only grow in the wild. I love that Emmy is portrayed as a real kid with big emotions but that she also overcomes her frustrations and solves her own problems.
A Tree for Emmy book. Mary Ann Rodman's joyful story will appeal to all who cherish a special dream, and help readers appreciate the natural world around them. I declare, Emmy, said Gramma . Illustrator Tatjana Mai-Wyss's whimsical watercolor and collage illustrations capture Emmy's exuberant personality and the story's hopeful ending.
Mary Ann Rodman, Tatjana Mai-Wyss. I declare, Emmy," said Gramma. That mimosa tree is a lot like you. Stubborn and strong and a little bit wild. She loves oak trees with acorns. She loves pine trees with cones, and willow trees with swishy branches. But best of all, Emmy loves the mimosa tree that grows in her grandmother's pasture. So when Emmy decides she wants a mimosa tree of her own for her birthday, she is dismayed to find that many garden stores only sell ornamental trees like plum or pear or tulip trees.
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Freckled, red-haired Emmy loves trees-her grandmother's impressive mimosa in particular. She treasures its low branches, its fuzzy pink flowers and its rattling seedpods
Freckled, red-haired Emmy loves trees-her grandmother's impressive mimosa in particular. She treasures its low branches, its fuzzy pink flowers and its rattling seedpods. Mai-Wyss's vibrant ge illustrations show Emmy swinging, dancing, dreaming and playing beneath the mimosa while lyrical text describes her admiration with playful humor. That ol' tree is a lot like you. Stubborn and strong and a little bit wild," Gramma says. For her birthday, Emmy asks for a mimosa of her own, but the stores don't sell wild trees, and she has to find another.
by. Rodman, Mary Ann. Publication date. Emmy loves the mimosa tree in her grandmother's yard and asks for one for her birthday, only to find that stores do not sell wild trees. Mai-Wyss, Tatjana, 1972- illustrator. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station07. cebu on February 18, 2019.
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