The Mitten Tree Candace Christiansen : Download

Candace Christiansen

Illustrator: Elaine Greenstein
Publisher: Scholastic
Date of Publication: 1997

Genre: fiction narrative picture book
Reading Level: age 4-9
Theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

Curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
Social Issues: Community awareness.

Text & Pictures: The illustrations are wonderful. Greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. The pictures and the text go well together.

Summary: An older lady, Sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. She decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. She then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. She mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. No one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. Sarah is not lonely anymore.

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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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publisher: scholastic
date of publication: 1997

genre: fiction narrative picture book
reading level: age 4-9
theme: friendship, loneliness, giving, contentment

curricula use: use as a read aloud, shared reading, and independent reading
social issues: community awareness.

text & pictures: the illustrations are wonderful. greenstein used watercolor to blend the story together. the pictures and the text go well together.

summary: an older lady, sarah, is lonely because her children are all grown up and then she sees a little boy who does not have mittens. she decides to knit him some mittens and put them somewhere where she knows he will find them. she then decides to knit a bunch of gloves for all the children. she mysteriously places the mittens on the tree near their bus stop early every morning. no one knows where they come from but someone must because she keeps receiving baskets of yarn on her doorstep. sarah is not lonely anymore.
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