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When Dad cuts down the chestnut tree
The prospect of seeing the chestnut tree cut down makes a child think of all the good things that will come from its removal; but then come thoughts about all the good reasons for letting the tree stay where it is.
|Statement||by Pam Ayres ; illustrated by Graham Percy.|
|Contributions||Percy, Graham, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.A96 Wg 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|ISBN 10||039480435X, 0394904354|
|LC Control Number||87035299|
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A father is going to cut down the chestnut tree in the yard and the children are excited because of all the fun they will have when the tree is cut down (climb on the tree, use the wood to build toys and a fort, etc.)Then they stop to think about what it would be like when the tree is gone (no shade to rest in after playing, no leaves to rake /5(5).
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The prospect of seeing the chestnut tree cut down makes a child think of all the good things that will come from its removal; but then come thoughts about all the good reasons for letting the tree stay where it isPages: This was one of my favorite books to read to my son when he was young.
A father is going to cut down the chestnut tree in the yard and the children are excited because of all the fun they will have when the tree is cut down (climb on the tree, use the wood to build toys and a fort, etc.)/5.
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A father is going to cut down the chestnut tree in the yard and the children are excited because of all the fun they will have when the tree is cut down (climb on the tree, use the wood to build toys and a fort, etc.)Then they stop to think about what it would be like when the tree is gone (no shade to rest in after playing, no leaves to rake /5(4).
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Ayres, Thomas. Published by Taylor Trade Publishing (). Graham Percy died on 4 January Notable works published during his lifetime. Books illustrated by Percy for children include the following: Illustrations for La Belle au bois dormant () written by Charles Perrault; Illustrations for When Dad cuts down the chestnut tree () by Pam Ayres.
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