- 36 pages
- Standard Color
- 8.5 x 8.5 inches
- 978-1-5255-0280-4 Paperback
- Juvenile Nonfiction, Readers, Beginner
- Juvenile Nonfiction, Social Topics
- Juvenile Nonfiction, Family
The Giving Tree, picture book, nonfiction, early reader, sharing, giving, family relationships
The Boy and the Lone Mango Tree
Mark J. M. Lopez
Inspired to share his story, the author made a concise version of the values he learned at a young age. Sharing his experiences opened the moral truth and obligation to impart lessons of sacrifices and love. Children will learn that words of affection are always appreciated. More importantly, love can be shown in action and can harbour great returns.
Let us put love in to action.
The author was born and humbly raised in the Philippines. Writing for him is a way of reminding the many burdened people to be strong. To know him is comparable to always remember to hold on to the love of family in surpassing challenges. To know him is to always inspire others to improve themselves. To know him is to consider education as a necessity. To know him is learning and doing more. To know him is to always try something new. To know him is to never stop discovering new things about yourself.