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  • Felicia Travis

    The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. My favorite childhood book.

  • Karlee Stone

    The Giving Tree.. a great book!

  • Jenna Stenger

    The Giving Tree has a lot of life lessons

  • Melissa Russo

    its my absolute favorite kids book The Giving Tree

  • Fingerprint

    classic children's book by the great Shel Silverstein, have your kids read the Giving Tree yet?

  • Tammy Matheson

    The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. My favorite book as a child and an adult!

  • Megan Kidd

    This was my favorite book when I was little! My mother would read it to me all the time! Brings back such wonderful memories :)

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