The Leaf That Wouldn't Leave

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Tristan, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Children of all ages learn to welcome change with open arms. Luigi, an autumn leaf reluctant to leave his branch, teaches us to be brave when facing new experiences and shows us that an amazing world waits beyond the backyard.

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User Review  - Mary Johnson - Goodreads

I love this book! What a great message behind it - change is never easy but if we don't take a risk we will never grow. Definitely adding this to my children's library. Read full review

About the author (2008)

The Leaf that Wouldn't Leave is Trish Trinco's first published children's title, sure to be a family favourite.

BRYAN LANGDO has illustrated several books for children, including The Stuffed Animals Get Ready for Bed by Alison Inches, Joe Cinders by Marianne Mitchell, and The Dog Who Loved the Good Life, which he also wrote. He lives in New Jersey.

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