What Do You See When You Look at a Tree? (Hardcover)
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What do you see when you look at a tree? Leaves and twigs and branches?
Or do you see a living thing that moves and breathes and dances?
Full of finely drawn forest scenes, this gentle picture book encourages children to explore their connections with nature. Award-winning artist Emma Carlisle asks readers to consider how each tree is different, what they have witnessed in their centuries of life, what animals they have sheltered, and who may have played under their branches. Exploring growth through the eyes of a child, this lovely picture book urges readers to connect with the world around them, fostering a deeper appreciation for the natural environment and their place within it.
About the Author
Emma Carlisle is an illustrator and artist who teaches children’s illustration. Her first book, Lion Practice, was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. This is her first book with Candlewick Press. She lives in the UK.
Muted colors in the pencil-and-watercolor illustrations match the tree theme and give the scenes a cozy feel. . . . Readers will look at the forest and see each tree in a whole new light.