Summer Reading no. 5: Big Tree by Brian Selznick. This is a strange book, and I loved it. (One of the stranger things about it is that it began life as a Steven Spielberg movie that got cancelled during the pandemic. ) Two sycamore tree seeds try to find their way in the world, starting in the age of dinosaurs and ending in modern times. I think the thing I love most about it is that it is a story of hope, something the world is in sore need of at the moment. Would be a fantastic read aloud for a science class.
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