Regarding the Trees by Kate Klise
A Splintered Saga Rooted in Secrets

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Principal Walter Russ just wanted a simple proposal to trim the overgrown trees outside Geyser Creek Middle School. So how did he end up with a wedding (rather than a weeding) proposal from designer Florence Waters? And that's not all . . . Angelo, the new cafeteria chef from Italy, has taken up residence in Mr. N.'s classroom. A sixth-grader has moved into the weeping willow tree behind school. And all the girls in Geyser Creek are boycotting the boys. As Chef Angelo would say: Aye-yi-yi.

Sisters Kate and Sarah Klise have created an uproarious third book in their award-winning Regarding the . . . series. Told in newspaper articles, letters, and secret notes, Regarding the Trees has all the elements of everyone's favorite Klise books--including lots of surprises.

Includes tips on planting a tree and creating a family tree.

About Kate Klise

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KATE KLISEis the author of a number of popular middle grade novels, includingRegarding the SinkandRegarding the Fountain, an IRA Young Adults' Choice, as well asTrial by JournalandLetters from Camp. She is also a correspondent forPeoplemagazine and a frequent tree planter. Kate Klise lives in Norwood, Missouri.M. SARAH KLISEis the illustrator of four popular (and riotous) middle grade novels written by her sister Kate:Regarding the Sink,Regarding the Fountain, Letters from Camp, andTrial by Journal. She is also an art teacher and gardener. Sarah Klise lives in Berkeley, California.
Published August 1, 2005 by Harcourt Children's Books. 160 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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