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~FREE PDF ♡ The Mangrove Tree: Planting Trees to Feed Families ⚕ For A Long Time, The People Of Hargigo, A Village In The Tiny African Country Of Eritrea, Were Living Without Enough Food For Themselves And Their Animals The Families Were Hungry, And Their Goats And Sheep Were Hungry Too Then Along Came A Scientist, Dr Gordon Sato, Who Helped Change Their Lives For The Better And It All Started With Some Special TreesThese Are The Trees, Mangrove Trees, That Were Planted By The SeaWith Alternating Verse And Prose Passages, The Mangrove Tree Invites Readers To Discover How Dr Sato S Mangrove Tree Planting Project Transformed An Impoverished Village Into A Self Sufficient Community This Fascinating Story Is A Celebration Of Creativity, Hard Work And All Those Mangrove Trees That Were Planted By The Sea Audience Kindergarten and up Great informational book for young children.Appeal The 3D pictures are amazing They are made from what looks like scrap materials so they are very colorful The figures are put together in such a way as to make them seem as if they are moving Repeating text that builds on each other in the same way as The House that Jack Built keeps young children s interest while informing them of important world problems The Afterword contains pictures of the actual project and background information that older readers would enjoy 2012 Honor book NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children Audience Pre K through adult would enjoy this bookAppeal The Mangrove Tree Planting Trees to Feed Families is a heart warming story about a man, Dr Gordon Sato, who wanted to help the people of the African country of Eritrea Like many places in Africa, food is scarce for both people and animals After visiting Eritrea, Dr Sato wanted to do something to help the people, and this is where the mangrove tree enters the picture Dr Sato did a lot of research and then had the people of this country help him with this project to increase the food for their animals This amazing tree almost miracle plant caught my attention because our oldest son is about to graduate from UNL with a degree in landscape and turf management so plants have become a daily part of our lives Even if you re not interested in plants, this is an inspiring book about how one person can change and literally save the lives of hundreds What I really liked is even thought the initial ideas belonged to Dr Sato, he made the village people a central part of this project thus empowering them to be successful An interested concept in this book is the story is told in prose form on the right hand side of the page and in poetry on the left side page An adult could read the prose and the child could summarize the story by reading the poem This is a wonderful example of humanitarian aide.Award 2012 NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children Honor Book In the land of Erithea, there is a famine and the people and animals do not have anything to eat That is, until a scientist, Gordon Sato that comes up with a plan to plant Mangrove Trees that would help feed the animals, help families receive milk and meat, and help the people catch fish to sell and eat I loved it It was like 3 books in one A poem that would repeat each ending phrase from the page before, The story of how the Mangrove Tree project began, and a picture biography of the actual people and trees The medium used was very appealing Some pages seemed like the illustrations would pop out and gave it a 3D effect Mixed media is so cool The collages of cloth and paper gives it an edge not many nonfiction books would have I would definitely read this to my children because it teaches children about climate change and about another country It would teach them not to take advantage of what we have and that we should conserve our water and electricity and food resources I would recommend kids 7 10 to read it It would be cute for the child to read the poem side and the parent to read the story side.Dr Sato, one individual, was able to impact a whole country and is continuing to help other countries one step at a time. Audience K 6Appeal The book is about a scientist who ends up saving a village of Africans from hunger by planting the Mangrove Tree This book would be good for kids who are interested in plants, farming, social studies, and science This book teaches kids to give back to the less fortunate and use your talents to better the world.Award NCTE Orbis Pictus Award I have always said that trees are our friends, and this book proves my contention A simple thing like planting mangrove trees transformed an Eritrean community, and made everyone s lives better Mangroves create habitats that prevent beach erosion, a degree of shelter from storms, food for people and animals, and firewood This book would combine nicely with Lynne Cherry s The Sea, the Storm, and the Mangrove Tree, as well as with picture books about Wangari Maathai s tree planting efforts in Kenya Highly recommended Interspersed with a rhyming verse based on The House That Jack Built, this wonderful non fiction children s book explains the project of adding mangrove trees in Hargigo Eritrea in order to build a sustainable ecosystem that will help both the animals and the people in the area to live a better, self sufficient life The collage illlustrations are wonderful additions to the book. Love how portions of proceeds of this book go to helping stop poverty This is a great example of a book using the whole area of space for educating Looking at the pages on the left hand side help bring together the Dr.s visions on the right Very educational on the teaching of how using all your resources in your environment leads to prosperity. This book, by Cindy Trumbore and Susan Roth, is three books in one a cumulative rhyme like The House That Jack Built , the story of Dr Gordon Sato s mangrove tree planting project in Eritrea, and a pictorial biography of Dr Sato in the extensive Afterword That makes it sound pedantic, but it is not Children will appreciate how significant in the Eritrean economy was the simple act of planting these trees that live in salt water Amazing The remarkable illustrations by Susan Roth are paper and fabric collage The Lexile number is NC1190 NC means non conforming , but that is misleading The rhymed text on the left is simple and is probably readable by most second graders younger for reading aloud , though it gets difficult as it goes along The informative text on the right side is probably about fourth grade level The book could be used in units on Africa, on economy, on creativity, on helping others It could even be used in a unit on WWII Sato was a Japanese American who was interned at Manzanar during World War II It has deservedly won several awards 2011 Growing Good Kids Award Eureka Award, 2012 Gold Winner ALA Notable Children s Book Jane Addams Children s Book Award Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction, Honor Book Notable Children s Books, Smithsonian Magazine Green Earth Book Award Best Children s Books of the Year, Outstanding Title Notable Books for a Global Society Choices Award from Roth s web page at susanlroth.com The true story of the remarkable Dr Gordon Sato, a scientist who enriches people s lives and the environment with mangrove trees Delightful and inspiring