Trees reach high into the sky. You can climb a tree, hang a swing on one of its limbs, or enjoy its juicy apples. On hot, sunny days, cows sleep in the tree's leafy shade, and families picnic under it. On cold, windy days, trees shelter your house. A tree is always nice to have around. Popular children's author Janice May Udry celebrates the beauty and joy found in the everyday world. With A Tree Is Nice, she captures the wonder of young children as they discover the simple pleasures trees give to all who take the time to enjoy them. Narrator Robert Ramirez infuses the poetic prose with warmth and comfort.
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