Someday a Tree
When a giant oak tree in the field next to Alice's house begins to die as a result of soil pollution, she learns a lesson about the fragility of the ecosystem. "The story's emotional impact--and environmental message--are movingly reinforced by Himler's delicate paintings".--Publishers Weekly, starred. Watercolor illustrations throughout.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - magarcia - LibraryThing
I found this book to be great. It is a real life situation that could happen to any tree. Even though it is almost a picture book, I found it to be a good book. Children can relate to it. Read full review
Review: Someday a TreeUser Review - Maimoona Albar - Goodreads
I used to hate the unhappy ending, but some books changed my mind and this book is one of them. I like how the author introduces the concept of death, and I like how she ends the story. It is a good teaching book. Read full review