The Mitten Tree
On a snowy day, Sarah notices that a little boy at the bus stop does not have any mittens. Worried that he couldn't join in the winter fun, Sarah knits mittens for the little boy, placing them on a tree at the bus stop the next day. Each day thereafter, the children look for new mittens, and every day Sarah knits new ones. One morning she covers every branch with bright new mittens for the children. Though she has used up all her yarn, Sarah returns home with a full heart and discovers a wonderful surprise waiting on her porch. Full color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - maxi1 - LibraryThing
One winter day, an elderly lady named Sara noticed a little boy at the bus stop without mittens. A worried Sara knits him a pair of mittens and leaves them on a tree where he will find them. Secretly ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bwetmore05 - LibraryThing
This book is a great example of realistic fiction because it could very well happen in everyday life. A lonely little old lady starts to make mittens for all the children in her town. She is sad ... Read full review