Review of The Leaf & the Tree

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Review of The Leaf & the Tree

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[Following is an official review of "The Leaf & the Tree" by Bruce Nemovitz.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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We can't survive solo in this world. At one point in life, we need someone else to help us. Even in business, we require clients to purchase our products. Similarly, a tree has roots, a stem, branches, and leaves. They all need each other for survival.

A tree stood out in the middle of the forest. All the animals respected it for its enormous size. Typical to all trees, they have leaves and branches. Unfortunately, the leaves always thought they were independent of the tree. With the help of the rain and sunlight, they flourished and were always more attractive than the other parts of the tree. They'd change color from green to more vibrant colors.

Sadly, as time went by, there was a massive drought the leaves couldn't withstand. Thus, they turned brown and withered. They fell to the ground and encountered the tree's roots. Little did the leaves know they were about to learn a valuable lesson. What did the roots tell the leaves?

I loved the vibrancy of the tree after receiving rain and sunlight. Additionally, the leaves turned from one color to the other in different seasons. One time they were green and then transformed into stunning colors. Ultimately, they become dull and unappealing. In the same way, kids can learn there's a season for everything. And that they should work and respect each other as a team.

There is a core lesson children will learn from the roots. Grab a copy to discover which one. The animals in the forest are a variety: bears, gazelles, foxes, and squirrels. All are different in size. I admired the authenticity.

I rate the book 4 out of 4 stars. There was no aspect to loathe. Moreover, I encountered no grammatical errors. The work is well edited. I recommend The Leaf & the Tree by Bruce Nemovitz to children who enjoy nature and wildlife.

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Post by damis »

The book sounds lovely. Thanks for the review!
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Post by Antoinette Titus »

Very intresting story of the leaves wanting to be independent but they then realized every part that made up the tree needs each other to survive and flourish. No part of the tree can stand alone and live especially in the different types of weather patterns or seasons of the year . This story was short and l enjoyed it. It also shows that we as humans also need each other as well , so an intresting lesson was learnt .
A 4 out of 4 rating to the author as this story is well edited . No errors were found so l do reccomend this story to children who enjoys reading and love Science .
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Post by Kyrian007 »

This is an interesting review and also an interesting book. You made mentioned "We can't survive solo" I fully agree with you on this statement. We are all hardwired to advance by constantly providing for others, we can't provide if there's no one to provide for. Your review of this book is wonderful.
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Post by Shifah HN »

The book sounds interesting. Great review.
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Post by Richard Azubike »

From your review, the book sounds interesting but the author must add a cover photo to this book. Nice work
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