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Children’s Book: One Tree: A Humorous Picture Book for Kids 4-8 Years Old (The Tree Series 1)

Children's Book: One Tree: A Humorous Picture Book for Kids 4-8 Years Old (The Tree Series 1) eBook: Marie Tabler, Charlene Ruiz: Kindle Store

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It's summer and, instead of storing acorns for winter, a carefree squirrel, named Stick, enjoys eating junk food at the park. In winter, when people don't eat at the park, Stick depends on his family to feed him. Later, when an owl moves into the squirrel’s only acorn tree, will Stick risk everything to save his family from starving?

★★★★ "This author is fast becoming one of my favorites given the great illustrations and clever story lines. I was also happy to see the "Dancing Owl" made an appearance in this book as well. Nicely done!" -Don Kidwell

★★★★★ "This made my daughter and I laugh and laugh. Now she wants all the other books in the series!"-Catie Hilding

★★★★★ "This was so much fun! I probably enjoyed it more than the kids."-Sarah Yacks

A fun addition to your children’s bedtime stories.

Delightful illustrations bring giggles and compliment this fun and thoughtful book for kids!

Read this children's book FREE as part of your Kindle Unlimited membership.

Great for preschoolers, kindergartners, and 4 to 8 year olds.

A favorite children's book for bedtime!

This is the first children's book in The Tree Series and while the books are great fun to read together, you don't have to read one to understand the next. Each book stands alone as a complete story with it's own sweet message.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3363 KB
  • Print Length: 40 pages
  • Publisher: The Art Mill (January 15, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 15, 2014
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AFPQK5E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

One Tree

 on April 1, 2013
By Jbarr5
One Tree by Marie Tabler

Cute Story with a Life Lesson

 on February 19, 2013
By Grampy
“One Tree” by Marie Tabler is a story about a “junk food” squirrel named Stick, who preferred to hang out at the park, where people would toss pieces of their junk food for him to eat, rather than gather acorns with the rest of the squirrels, to store up a food supply for the coming winter. As a result, when winter came, and people stopped visiting the park, Stick found himself going hungry. Stick’s family and friends shared their stored food with him so he could survive the winter. The following summer, Stick went out of his way to atone for his laziness, and repay his family and friends for their life-saving help.

SQUIRREL!

 on June 18, 2013
By Sara Yacks
This was so much fun! I probably enjoyed it more than the kids. One naughty little squirrel named Stick is lazy and doesn’t collect for winter. He’s got a major junk food problem and the people of the park support him one hundred percent in this. His family has to feed him in the lean season, when the tourist population is low. In the spring, the dancing owl moves in, so all the squirrels head to the park, but there’s not enough food there for all of them. What’s going to happen to them now???

Engaging Children Book

 on November 24, 2013
By Jess
My little girl loves stories. Therefore, I’m always looking for children books to share with her. She liked this one a lot and I hope your kids like it too.

"You can’t save this food, Stick" say the other squirrels…

 on May 25, 2014
By Don Kidwell
This author is fast becoming one of my favorites given the great illustrations and clever story lines. I was also happy to see the “Dancing Owl” made an appearance in this book as well. Nicely done!

great little story for kids

 on March 5, 2014
By AliGab
My 6 yr old loved this story. She liked how the squirrels were willing to share even when they didn’t have to.

intriguing

 on November 12, 2014
By Secret Pearls Reviews
I like how it teaches a little about animals (squirrels eat acorns and stores them for winter, some types of owls eat bugs). It’s also unique illustrations that are fun to look at. There are questions asked throughout to help them think. I’m also intrigued with the idea of having a cute series with the characters connected through the books. I’d enjoy having them all on my shelf to read with my daughter.

Fun story and great illustration

 on November 14, 2013
By Tedomatic
Marie Tabler is a fantastic artist and writer. All of her children’s books are fun for kids to read, and the illustrations are eye-catching and humorous. One Tree is the story of a lazy squirrel who tries to redeem himself after his family has some bad luck. Tabler’s writing style is matter-of-fact, and sticks to the storyline. The rhythm and story make for a fun, easy read for kids and adults alike. Now buy The Singing Bobcat to find out what happens next!

A sweet story kids and adults can relate to!

One person found this helpful.
 on December 27, 2012
By Nancy Hill
What a great story about how the actions of one can have an impact on many!! I love how Stick learned and was able to make it right!:) I just read it to my whole family and not only did we all love it, we each learned something useful!!
 


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