Discover all the colors that a tree can be with this entertaining nature story!
From oaks and willows to larches and Douglas firs, this book introduces children to trees, their colors, and the ways they change through the year. These ideas can be used to introduce children to ideas that can be explored anywhere in the world. Plus, a bonus activity at the end of the book encourages children to take their new knowledge outside for a scavenger hunt.
So take a few minutes to snuggle up and read this book together, then take the adventure outside and search your own neighborhood for your local trees and their colors!
“This book would be a wonderful introduction for teachers or homeschooling mothers who are introducing colors, nature, or trees. Readers can easily picture themselves looking up at these tall trees and taking in the majesty that they possess. Audrey Sauble has created a beautiful picture book that would be a great addition to any home, classroom, or library setting.” – Laura Sumpter, Reader’s Favorite 5-star review
Targeted Age Group:: 3-8
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This book started one day last fall, when I was walking my oldest home from school. We started collecting different colors of leaves, and soon we were trying to come up with all the different colors that trees can be. Of course, we had to look for the unusual colors as well–not just red and yellow, but purple, pink, and even blue!
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Audrey Sauble is a children's author and illustrator who happens to be obsessed with slugs, bugs, and trees–along with all other manner of green things and creepy-crawlies.
Audrey has been writing for years, but at some point, she had kids and began reading hundreds and thousands of picture books–it seemed like they were reading dozens of books a day at times! Then her oldest asked her a question about eggs, and Audrey decided to answer it with her own picture book.
Eventually, she wrote another book, and then a coloring book about bugs.
Now she's keeps lists of the dozens or more books she still wants to write, and she plans to continue writing for many more years. Her dream is to inspire children to explore science and nature.