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I’LL TAKE CARE OF YOU

A tiny seed finds itself lost in the world, but with care from the Sky, Earth, and Sun, it grows up to be a beautiful apple tree.

 

When the tree meets a bird in need of help, it offers its branches as shelter and shows little readers the magic of being cared for and taking care.
 

This comforting tale celebrates the harmonious relationship between birds and trees and can help little readers appreciate the care they receive from their family and friends every day. In return, children will learn that they can also care for others and cultivate empathy and kindness.
 

With warm, colorful illustrations and a timely message of care and community, I’ll Take Care of You offers a soothing story before bedtime, or anytime on tough days.

This cyclical story…serves as a timely reminder of the importance of caring for the vulnerable and less fortunate .… A gentle, soothing, timely story to inspire compassion and kindness.Kirkus Reviews

“A simple science lesson, a message about interdependence, and a comforting story about generosity (perfect for elementary classroom social emotional learning)." The Horn Book Magazine

★★★★★ Enchanting.… Youth Services Book Review

A quiet, comforting story about the giving and receiving of care.
School Library Connections

Gorgeous, vibrant art accompanies this beautiful book’s description of nature on Earth: ...with care and assurance we thrive.
Andrew King, Secret Garden Bookshop, Seattle, WA

 

“The cyclical structure of the story is suggestive of The Giving Tree, but in this narrative, it is possible to give without giving oneself away.”

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ISBN: 9781737603238

Hardcover with Jacket

Full-Color Illustrations

Age Range: 3 to 7

Grade Range: Preschool to Grade 2

540L (AD)

Themes:  Birds, Environment, Weather,
Emotions & Feelings, Values

$18.95
9.3 x 13.2 inches, 32 pages
Publication Date: April 12, 2022

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