WISHTREE

by Katherine Applegate

Red, an oak tree on which people leave their wishes, is threatened to be cut down after more than 200 years.

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4 positive comments

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What people are saying on Twitter (sample)

  • @KatrinaEddy Great book and amazing author (@kaaauthor)! I am currently reading #Wishtree now! 😎 (After reading th… https://t.co/GDdvZjukBM
  • Review for Wishtree: Very meaningful book. https://t.co/JQGqA18Kid
  • My #fridayreads is Wishtree by @kaaauthor - just loving this story. #mustread https://t.co/tq9qxiWYH5
  • Our wishtree is almost complete and ready for our student and staff wishes! Thank you for writing this book,… https://t.co/dDmZSfcd7B
  • @kaaauthor you should be my friend! Please come to @ReaViewES_NC for a visit (just outside of Charlotte, NC). My 4t… https://t.co/WBM1J1UY6D
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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • Katherine Applegate has an incredible talent for giving a voice to animals, and now plants, that have important stories to share. Red will give you hope and remind you how important it is to speak up for something you care deeply about. The illustrations by Charles Santoso work seamlessly with the text. Everyone should have a copy of this beautiful book.
    • This book is easy and fast paced reading! Cute story, great for a children who are looking for a happy ending!
    • Such a simply put story. From the viewpoint of an ancient wise oak tree. The message, for all ages and ages to come. For real.
    • Wish tree was such a good book.I really didn't want it to end.One of the theme's is friendship can be hard.I hope Katherine Applegate writes a second book a little different.Wish tree shows that you can't always hold in your feelings.Its such a good book because there's so many themes and messages you can learn.
    • My 9 year old read it and told me (and I noticed it too) that the beginning was a little slow for him, but then he got hooked into the story and read it as fast as he could.