Cherry tree

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Caroline House, Oct 1, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 31 pages
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"This gentle story of a girl in Northern India who grows a cherry tree from seed abounds with quiet wisdom and love of life. . . . Eitzen's atmospheric artwork eloquently portrays the unusual setting, while his choices of moments and details are often singular".--Publishers Weekly. Full color.

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About the author (1991)

Ruskin Bond is a well-known writer of fact, fiction and raconteur par excellence.

Nell Navillus is a former teacher, songwriter, and musician. She lives in Birmingham, Alabama. Allan Eitzen is the illustrator of "Alphabestiary, Dinosaurs, The Man Who Couldn't Speak, and Thunderstorm in the Church."

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