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-Suitable for ages 3 and up-
What do you see when you look at a tree? Leaves and twigs and branches? Or do you see a real, living thing, that moves, and breathes and dances? Immerse yourself in this gentle picture book that encourages us to explore our connection with nature. In association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, this wonderful picture book explores themes of empathy, mindfulness and personal growth through the eyes of a child.
Beautifully written and illustrated by the award-winning artist Emma Carlisle, What Do You See When You Look At a Tree? urges readers to reconnect with nature by asking questions that encourage critical thinking and reflection on their own development, as well as helping to establish a deeper appreciation for the environment and their place within it.
Mindfulness tips and information about trees are included at the back of the book for both adult and child to read together.
Published by Templar Publishing
467 x 300 mm