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Monday, March 21, 2011


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Trees and history rolled into one, sounds like an intriguing book.

I love how you tied it in with your own willow tree.

I'm not quite sure photographs says "This is true" in the computer age. I have seen photographs in children's books that are obviously poor Photoshop compilations. Plus, taking a good photograph of a tree requires a wide angle lens and some skill. But I do agree that sometimes illustrations that are too stylized seem to indicate the book is fiction rather than nonfiction.

Thanks for your thought-provoking review.

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