The First Book of Trees
by Maribelle Cormack
Publisher: Watts 1951
Number of pages: 102
America is a land of trees. They grow almost everywhere in our country. Most of us see them so often that we sometimes forget how important they are. Thousands and thousands of things come from trees. You can think of many things that we wouldn't have if there were no trees.
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