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The Little Plum Tree

Book Description
Follow a beautiful plum three through changing seasons ... when suddenly a seedling sprouts into the Little Plum Tree. The Little Plum tree grows, and grows and eventually learns that she can be independent and strong. This is a very special story based on a book by Sarah's grandmother - Lee Wallas, a Clinical Social Worker and published author of two books, Stories for the Third Ear and Stories... More
Book Information
PublisherWiggles Press
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages24
Publication Date07/18/2011
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About Sarah Wallas Reidy (Author) : Sarah Wallas Reidy is a published author. A published credit of Sarah Wallas Reidy is The Little Plum Tree (Volume 1).
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About Bill Young (Illustrator) : Bill Young is a published illustrator. A published credit of Bill Young is I Saw Wild Parrots in New York City (Volume 1).
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4/10/2010 Rochelle Thorpe said: The Little Plum Tree is a story written by Sarah Wallas Reidy and inspired by her grandmother Lee Wallas author of Stories for the Third Ear (W.W. Norton and Company, 1985).
tags: The Little Plum Tree, Wiggles Press, Sarah Wallas Reidy

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