Review: Up in the Tree by Margaret Atwood

Up in the Tree

by Margaret Atwood

Playing outside and climbing trees is great fun, so two best friends decide to make their home up in the leafy branches. but when their trusty ladder disappears, suddenly the comforts of being back on the ground begin to beckon!

Perfect for reading aloud together, Up in the Tree is a playful and wonderfully whimsical story by a Booker Prize winning and hugely acclaimed author.

This is a cute story about the trials of wanting to live in a tree, it will appeal to older children as they try and help the children fulfill their dream of living in the tree while still being able to bring things up from the ground. It is simply illustrated in essentially three tones (red, blue and brown) which helps the children focus on the story and words.

Published by Bloomsbury Books

Recommended Retail Price $18.99

Recommended Age: 0-8

My Rating: 4/5

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