The Boy Who Grew A Tree (Paperback)
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The Boy Who Grew A Tree (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 05/05/2022
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Nature-loving Timi is unsettled by the arrival of a new sibling and turns to tending a tree growing in his local library. But there is something magical about the tree and it is growing FAST… and the library is going to close. Can Timi save the library and his tree, and maybe bring his community closer together along the way? A charming early reader for ages 5-8, filled with black-and-white illustrations.

Publisher: Knights Of Media
ISBN: 9781913311308

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“I wish it was a true story!”

Thank you very much to the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange of my honest opinion.

This book is the cutest thing in the world! I loved the story, I loved the illustrations, I loved Timi, the main... More

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“Such a wonderful read!”

In this beautifully illustrated young readers' story, we meet kind characters who are complex and compelling enough to feel an array of emotions which are so well described, everything is clear. It explores... More

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