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The Little Tree That Grew with Grace cover


1. eBook Edition
978-1-5255-8642-2
2. Paperback Edition
978-1-5255-8641-5
  • Standard Color
  • 40 pages
  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
3. Hardcover Edition
978-1-5255-8640-8
  • Standard Color
  • 40 pages
  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Target Audience:
  • Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
Categories:
Keywords:

Early reader, Children’s book, Nature, Circle of Life, Baby Birds, Picture Book, Beginner Readers

The Little Tree That Grew with Grace
by Bertha Wiebe




THE LITTLE TREE THAT GREW WITH GRACE is a children’s story book. The target audience is children from ages four to ten or so. It is most suitable for children living in areas that have four seasons, although any child would enjoy reading or having this story read to him or her. It is the perfect bedtime book as it is a heartwarming story about a little girl, Grace, who plants a sapling with her dad. The story takes us on a journey through the years as we

watch the tree and Grace grow together. Children can relate to Grace as she watches her tree grow and also as she enjoys different activities around the tree. The story also takes a look at what the tree might be experiencing as it grows with Grace. The illustrations are cartoon-like, giving young readers a sense of being there as they watch the tree and Grace grow, with different aspects of nature illustrated on the colorful pages. The Little Tree That Grew with Grace is an easy to read, easy to understand story that children will love.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bertha Wiebe is a wife, mother, and grandmother, who has called Altona, Manitoba, home for the past 45 years. This book, “The Little Tree that Grew

with Grace”, is her first publication. As a child, her mother read to her and her siblings on a daily basis, often multiple times a day. As she became a mother herself, she found herself making up stories for her children as bedtime stories. Now she enjoys reading stories to her grandchildren, and even telling them some made up stories if no books are readily available.

Being a Christian woman, raised in a Christian family, Bertha has made every effort to write a story with only wholesome and moral content. This story is one that parents can feel confident in when their children read it, and rest assured that any future children’s stories written by her will contain similar wholesome and moral content.

ILLUSTRATED BY

Hunter Nicole Wilson lives in the lovely mountains of North Carolina, where she has lived all her life. She has been drawing for as long as she can remember and has always enjoyed it as a way to express herself, plus, overall it is just fun. Hunter has always loved the idea of creating something from her imagination because she really enjoys the fantasy-type styles that it leads her to create. Growing up, she was really into cartoons so that was also a contributor to her love of art. In the future, she wants to continue to improve her art and to get more comfortable with it.


Contributors

Author
Bertha Wiebe
Illustrator
Hunter Wilson

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