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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.| Read Full Review of Have You Seen Trees?
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"").| Read Full Review of Have You Seen Trees?
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.| Read Full Review of Have You Seen Trees?