Friday, November 16, 2012

Review: The Tree With No Branches by Johnny Knew

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Title: The Tree With No Branches
Author: Johnny Knew
Genre: Children's Book
Format: eBook for Review
Buy: Amazon /  Barnes & Noble

In the heart of the Full-Of-Pride forest lives a tree without any leaves, blossoms or even a single branch. Teased and bullied for being different, what is this simple tree to do? Get ready to watch some leaves get rustled as you embark on a trunk-warming tale of gargantuan proportions. The Tree With No Branches is a story about love, courage, and growing where it counts. Hold onto your petunias because the most funtastical story that's ever been told is about to unfold and is sure to take you and your imagination on the log ride of your life! The Tree With No Branches, by Johnny Knew, is the first of 6 books to be released by CutiePie Publishing. With the depth of Shel Silverstein and the rhythmic pulse of Dr. Seuss, Johnny Knew has created a world without boundaries that touches the heart, mesmerizes the mind and delivers a smile. . . leaving us all wanting more. For nature lovers ages 5-9 Please visit to learn more about the author and to follow the upcoming release of Phoebe The SwimLazy Fish

Usually, I don't review Children's Books but when I saw "The Tree With No Branches" cover and its translations. I simply couldn't help myself, it was too cute to resist.

When I first began the story the Tree with No Branches was shunned and insulted by all the pretty trees around him, and it's just because he was different from them. The best part about this book was that, even if the little tree with no branches was treated badly, he still treated others as nicely as he could.

I admired the little trees tenacity and sweetness, I don't think I'd be able to do what he did. I would probably be constantly in tears. But this little book has taught me not to shed a tear and to be brave!  This book has such a wonderful hidden moral within it's pages. It is definitely the kind of book I'd read to my kids.

5/5 stars for it's wonderful illustrations, creative storyline and moral.


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