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Wrenold's Elm Tree

Wrenold's Elm Tree
Wrenold's Elm Tree
Reads: 
24
Pages: 
36
Average: 4.3 (4 votes)
4.25

"The Wrenolds of Elm Tree Cottage" is the first book in a series of early reader books. It is a story based on both aviary facts and whimsy. This enchanting story is a perfect read for elmentary aged children. Follow the Wrenolds and their bird community and you will find their characters much like people that you know.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-936352-57-9
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Educational, Mother Nature
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: music, bird, dog, elm tree, cottage, matriarch, beret, society, community, garden
Date Added: November 3, 2010
Written and illustrated by Joanna Cook ISBN    Joanna Cook All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or stored transmitted or recorded by any means without the written permission of the author Published by Mirror Publishing Milwaukee WI Printed in the USA  There were only two words that could describe the morning at Elm Tree Cottage absolute splendor The daffodils were bursting forth through the ground the grass was turning green and the lilacs were budding It was uncommonly beautiful But most importantly was what the bird community added to this extraordinary excitement by its general chattering and happy music One particular family the Wrenolds was a happy family that lived in the garden behind Elm Tree Cottage Mr Wrenolds performed his yearly ritual of setting up at least seven prospective residences for Mrs Wrenolds to choose from For several years they had made their home on a rather stout branch of the tulip tree  behind the cottage It was close enough to the residents but far enough away to keep a reasonable distance from the familys cocker spaniel who happened to be named Ruby But when the Wrenolds returned this year they found a large piece of the tulip tree missing The winter had been a fierce one It had brought several ice storms that had left major holes in the greenery The Wrenolds would be expecting their new additions soon and Mrs Wrenolds agreed that the tulip tree would be their home again They must prepare for their young family Well there was another member of the family that we havent mentioned Grandma Wrenolds Grandma was the matriarch of the familya wise old soul who didnt mind offering her sound advice whether it was asked for or not She thought it rather foolish to make a home where there was