Kit's Tree House
Pleasant Company Publications, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 56 pages
In Kit's Tree House, Kit dreams of a tree house of her own nestled high in the branches of the backyard tree. When Kit's dad and Stirling surprise her with a tree house, it's not at all what she expected. Now she has to settle for the tree -- or risk hurting Dad's feelings. With a little help from Stirling, Kit finds a way to make do with what she was given and still hold on to her dreams for the future.
After reading "Kit's Tree House, " girls can read about houses and the homeless in 1934 and can make a jewelry tree for inside the house out of a few natural treasures.
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