My Big Tree
My Big Tree, is a delightful story on the importance of friendship. It also teaches a lesson on counting, colors, animal sounds, word recognition, word repetition which is an added bonus. A concept picture book using Dolch sight words to help with word recognition by word repetition. More from award winning author Maria Ashworth.
In My Big Tree, One blue bird has found the best place to nest. Soon other animals think it’s the ideal place to be, too. Blue bird decides it’s no longer the “best tree to nest in.” She finds a new home but realizes there’s one thing more valuable than nesting in her favorite tree. A delightful story on the importance of friendship. It also teaches a lesson on counting, colors, animal sounds, word recognition, word repetition which is an added bonus.
Reviews for My Big Tree
“Many of the children’s stories are focused more on teaching academics than providing a good wholesome message about friends and family. I found My Big Tree to be able to do both quite seamlessly.” “… my 2-year-old absolutely loved it. The story was great for her age group as it encouraged counting, identifying animals and the sounds that they make.” “I personally love stories that encourage conversation and exploration and this story does that fantastically.” “The whimsical illustrations perfectly paired with the “voice” in the writing to meld into the perfect story that I will love reading with my kids over and over again.” “There is no doubt in my mind that this book has earned its place as a favorite in our family…”
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