The Wish Trees: How Planting Trees Can Help Make the World a Better Place (2021 Kindle Edition) is a #2 Amazon Best Seller in Children’s Forest & Tree Books on Amazon.ca! This is TREE-mendous news as the author is giving away 100% of book profits from this popular children’s tree planting book to The ChariTree Foundation and other children’s environmental education and tree planting projects.
Thanks to everyone who helped support The Wish Trees: How Planting Trees Can Help Make the World a Better Place and children’s environmental education and outdoor learning.
“Planting a tree is an act of hope. And that is a message our children need to hear now more than ever. This book, so beautifully illustrated and poignantly written, empowers our children to create a better world. A book that teaches us the importance of not merely sustaining, but of regenerating.”— Jacob Rodenburg, an award-winning educator, author, executive director of Camp Kawartha, a summer camp and outdoor education center, and instructor in environmental education at Trent University.
“In today’s tumultuous world, The Wish Trees, tells a gentle story filled with a love for trees and their meaning for the young among us — if they wish. Beautifully illustrated and scripted—it’s a gift to be cherished, lifelong. I wish it had been available when my daughters where early in life so they could have planted a Wish Tree to help make the world a better place.” — Mike Hoffmann, Professor Emeritus at Cornell University dedicated to confronting the climate change challenge we now face.
The Wish Trees ranks just behind #1 Amazon Bestseller Who will plant a tree by Jerry Pallotta. ”This is so exciting,” said author and children’s environmental education advocate, Andrea Koehle Jones. “Planting a tree is an act of hope. The world need more children’s tree planting books and positive climate solution books now more and ever.” She will be attending the 2021 United Nations Climate Meetings in Glasgow.
The Wish Trees: How Planting Trees Can Help Make the World a Better Place(2021 Kindle Edition) also ranks #17 in Children’s Environment & Ecology Books on the Canadian Amazon charts.