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    The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. I don't believe I could forget this incredible children's book if I wanted to. Shel Silverstein delivers an important and necessary message about giving to children.

  • Valerie Silvers

    The Giving Tree, such a great kids book

  • Sara Dunn

    Was read this by my 1st grade teacher. She read anytime we had a bad day or a new student came. Best life lessons ever!

  • Erica Graeser

    The Giving Tree. One of my favorite books as a kid!!!

  • Liz Casey

    Favorite Childhood Book

  • ClassroomIQ

    Read this book in elementary school and I absolutely love it #reading #books #teachers #parents #students #love #best #alltime

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