Present tense, image-rich writing brings vividness to the story of a woman whose mother taught her “a tree is worth more than its wood” in “Wangari Maathai: The Woman Who Planted Millions of Trees” by Franck Prevot. Aurelia Fronty’s dramatic colorful art matches words and deeds of the environmental activist who fought sexism and developers in Kenya.
Present tense, image-rich writing brings vividness to the story of a woman whose mother taught her “a tree is worth more than its wood” in “Wangari Maathai: The Woman Who Planted Millions of Trees” by Franck Prevot. Aurelia Fronty’s dramatic colorful art matches words and deeds of the environmental activist who fought sexism and developers in Kenya. Charlesbridge
Present tense, image-rich writing brings vividness to the story of a woman whose mother taught her “a tree is worth more than its wood” in “Wangari Maathai: The Woman Who Planted Millions of Trees” by Franck Prevot. Aurelia Fronty’s dramatic colorful art matches words and deeds of the environmental activist who fought sexism and developers in Kenya. Charlesbridge

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