Ever wonder about the dreams of trees? Do they dream of travel? Do they look at the snow? William Gough, a writer and artist, took the time to learn of the life of trees - and wrote about it for his grand-daughter, Amelia. Bill and his wife, Caren ...
Moon, lived in a winter Tipi when they heard this story from Stumpman in the woods of Salt Spring Island. -::- Praise for Gough's other Books. "A wise, compassionate storyteller." Atom Egoyan "His writing is...Poignant, spare, with the strength and subtlety of a fine woodcut..."E.Annie Proulx "...his ability to bring his wild settings into a sharp focus is never less than uncanny." Chicago Tribune
Number of pages: 36
Date of publication: 05/03/2011
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