Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg

Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg


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ISBN-13: 9789659233151
Publisher: ValCal Software Ltd
Publication date: 11/02/2017
Series: Terry Treetop Series , #2
Pages: 44
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

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Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terry Treetop and The Lost Egg is an amusing and colorful children’s picture book that features a young boy with red hair and freckles. A youngster who loves climbing trees. As a youngster myself I loved climbing trees (while swinging from one limb to another - I thought I was Jane in a Tarzan movie until one of the limbs broke and I wound up on the ground half dazed). Needless to say that was the end of my tree climbing. Being raised on a small farm, I could relate to Terry when he finds an egg at a campsite and tries to locate the mother. (As a young girl, I often found eggs lying under a tree, when I would spot the nest I would climb up the tree and place the egg inside the nest (usually while the mother bird was swooping down at me from the tree top). In this delightful novel, Terry learns about nature and different critters. He returned the egg to the nest. When the egg hatched and he heard it chirp, he and the mother felt the same: they were very happy. Terry told the mother Parrot, “I will always be here to help you. ”This little book is an adorable adventure and it is also a great way to get children to love books, as well as enjoy the breathtaking beauty  of nature.   Jeannie Walker (Award-Winning Author) "The Rain Snake" - A True Story & Color Illustrated Children's Book
DDBean More than 1 year ago
Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg by Tali Carmi has good illustrations to capture a young child’s attention. I am, however concerned about the content of the story. First of all, we teach our children not to touch animal’s eggs, and this book has him taking it all around. Second, is the alligator, do we really want to teach the children to walk up to such a dangerous animal? I applaud that the author is making books fun for the little ones, but we have to keep in mind that these same little ones believe everything that comes out of our mouths. 3 stars is all I can give this book.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can i please have it before valentines day , my kit
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can tell that this is boring by the picture and how they describe the book dont wast your time