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Little Tree and the Wood Wide Web

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Little Tree and the Wood Wide Web is a powerful picture book, that teaches children about a the world of trees and the community which they create. Embark on a journey beneath the forest floor, a tale of community, science, and the hidden connections of nature.

  • Unveils the secret communication of trees through engaging storytelling.
  • Beautifully illustrated by Hannah Abbo, captivating for children.
  • Introduces complex scientific concepts in a child-friendly manner.
  • Empowers kids with the message of community and support.
  • Encourages curiosity about the natural world and its wonders.

"Little Tree and the Wood Wide Web" is a tale woven with the threads of science and the warmth of community, brilliantly illustrated by Hannah Abbo and authored by the knowledgeable Lucy Brownridge. This 32-page picture book is a charming introduction to one of nature's most remarkable secrets: the underground network that connects the forest.

As your little ones turn the pages, they'll meet a lonely little fir tree sapling, reaching out for sunlight and water. Through her story, children learn about the 'wood wide web' – a natural communication network used by trees to share messages and resources. It's a revelation that turns the little tree's world upside down, as she discovers she's not alone, but part of a vast, caring community.

This book is a treasure that imparts wisdom in the most enchanting way, showing that strength lies in unity and asking for help is a sign of courage. Here are the stories trees would tell if we only knew how to listen, transformed into a narrative that young minds can grasp and older readers can appreciate for its depth and beauty.

About the Creators: Hannah Abbo brings the forest to life with her self-taught artistic brilliance. Her illustrations are a doorway to the world of imagination, influenced by her life in Lisbon with her family and their beloved cat.

Lucy Brownridge adds her extensive knowledge in the history of art and a passion for storytelling to craft a narrative that is as educational as it is touching. With a background from the Courtauld Institute of Art and the University of Bristol, she bridges the gap between learning and wonder.

Together, they create a book that is sure to be a staple in any child's library, inviting readers to look beyond the surface and discover the intricate tapestry of life that lies just underneath. "Little Tree and the Wood Wide Web" is more than a story; it's a lesson in life, science, and the beauty of the interconnected world.