The Amazing Tree

The Amazing Tree

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In the middle of a dry land, all the animals had empty bellies. In the land stood an amazing tree with ripe and juicy fruits. But as hard as the animals shook the tree, the fruits did not fall. The animals plan to ask Tortoise had to get the fruits. But they think only big animals can handle the responsibility of sending the question to Tortoise. So they send Elephant and Water Buffalo, then Rhino, Giraffe and Zebra, then Lion and Leopard. The reader will learn that size doesn't matter.
Publisher: New York : NorthSouth, [2009], ©2009
ISBN: 9780735822542
0735822549
Branch Call Number: 398.208 Ki
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 x 31 cm

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SandraH_Library Apr 18, 2010

I was thrilled to discover this title. Having told "The Name of the Tree" many times, finding another version of the tale will give me another version to incorporate.

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StratfordLibrary Jun 24, 2010

StratfordLibrary thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 4 and 7

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StratfordLibrary Jun 24, 2010

The animals were very hungry. There had been no rain for a long time, and there was very little food. Only one tree had fruit – lots of it, juicy and ripe – but it would not fall, no matter how hard the animals shook the tree. Would Wise Tortoise know what to do? If so, who among the animals would best remember Wise Tortoise’s valuable advice to bring back to the rest of the animals?

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