The Tree in the Wood

Christopher Manson

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The Tree in the Wood

The Tree in the Wood The Tree in the Wood is a classic folk song thought to be French in origin It is a circular rhyme with intertwining themes of growth and change and of the interrelationships between everything in the

  • Title: The Tree in the Wood
  • Author: Christopher Manson
  • ISBN: 9781558583207
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Tree in the Wood is a classic folk song, thought to be French in origin It is a circular rhyme with intertwining themes of growth and change and of the interrelationships between everything in the natural world Simple, quiet pictures, linked with repeating border designs and decorative elements, complement and extend the timeless themes Full color.

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    One thought on “The Tree in the Wood

    1. Dolly on said:

      Gorgeous woodcut and watercolor illustrations highlight this entertaining version of a classic children's french folk song. The narrative is cumulative and eventually comes full circle, for a satisfying ending. It is fun to read aloud and the repetition will appeal to younger children.

    2. Shelby Troutman on said:

      Similar to "bump on a log" repetitive song. Shows how things can be connected.

    3. Samantha on said:

      A folk song about a tree adapted into a picture is a cumulative story that i also cyclic in nature. Woodcut illustrations are colored using watercolors. A good read/sing read aloud. PreK-2

    4. James on said:

      I like songs and it showed how if one thing happens then something which you might not think is connected with that first thing can happen.

    5. Michael Fitzgerald on said:

      Lovely pictures, but the cumulative song gets off track and becomes less satisfying.

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