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The Forest Where Ashley Lives

Mark Vitosh

In this award-winning children's book, a 7-year-old girl named Ashley tells the story of her town's forest and how the trees help her community. Each page is colorfully illustrated to show a child more about urban trees. The book includes facts about trees, labeled illustrations and diagrams, and tips on tree planting. 2008 Arbor Day Foundation Education Award

Pages / Length: 24
Publication Date: 04/2000
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