Have You Seen Trees? by Joanne Oppenheim

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A lively introduction to trees and the seasons is accompanied by full-color illustrations by the award-winning artist team of The Seven Chinese Brothers. By the author of Have You Seen Birds?
 

About Joanne Oppenheim

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Joanne Oppenheim has written over two dozen picture books, including The Christmas Witch. With other members of her family she has created a company that publishes books on the most succesful toys for children, calld the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. Oppenheim, a child-development expert, is one of today's most trusted authorities on child development and education. She is the author of more than forty books for and about children including Kids & Play, Buy Me, Buy Me, and the eight annual editions of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. Oppenheim won the National Picture Book of the Year award in Canada for Have You Seen Birds?.
 
Published December 1, 1967 by Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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High trees, wide trees, reaching to the sky trees....Full fall nut trees....Winter bright white trees....budding bursting blooming trees....Shade-me-from-the-light trees....Whisper-in-the-night trees....Wild cherry, Choke cherry, every kind of cherry berry....A million trees.

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Oppenheim's (Have You Seen Birds?) sprightly verse takes an up-close-and-personal view of bugs in all their splendid variety (""Bugs with stripes/ or speckles/ or spots,/ shiny like metal/ or covered in dots"").

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The artwork captures a range of moods as well: children jump in a pile of raked leaves, laze under summer willows and gather 'round the campfire, a glowing circle of light beneath a star-speckled sky.

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