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The inside tree / by Linda Smith ; illustrated by David Parkins.

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Black Rock Branch - Bridgeport jj SMITH (Text to phone) 34000080148224 Juvenile Picture Book Checked out 09/21/2021
Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport jj SMITH (Text to phone) 34000080148414 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Derby Neck Library JP SMI (Text to phone) 34046119373515 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Derby Public Library J SMI (Text to phone) 34047117508672 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Easton Public Library P SMITH, LINDA (Text to phone) 37777004092953 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Hotchkiss Library - Sharon J Smith (Text to phone) 33660104840220 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Killingly Library jj Smi (Text to phone) 34040117626230 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Mark Twain Library Association - Redding JPB Smi (Text to phone) 33620116259629 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Milford Public Library SMITH (Text to phone) 34013076705857 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Newfield Branch - Bridgeport jj SMITH (Text to phone) 34000080148786 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
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Summary, etc.: When Mr. Potter decides to bring both his dog and a tree inside to share his cozy house, there are unexpected repercussions.
Subject: Trees Fiction
Dogs Fiction
Home Fiction
Humorous stories

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The Inside Tree
The Inside Tree
by Smith, Linda; Parkins, David (Illustrator)
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The Inside Tree


Mr. Potter lives all alone in his little house. And outside is a little yard with just enough room for one little tree. In fact, it's such a fine tree that good-hearted Mr. Potter feels bad that it stands there all alone in the yard while he stays warm by the fire inside the house. It doesn't seem right that the tree is never invited in. And so he decides to do just that. But what will happen when the tree grows and grows and grows--and his little house stays exactly the same size?
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