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    The Actual '73 Giving Tree Movie Spoken By Shel Silverstein

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    • Julia Sammur

      The Actual '73 Giving Tree Movie Spoken By Shel Silverstein: This is one of the most beautiful books in my opinion. In all of its simplicity meant to be read to children, it is more than enough to make you cry. This is so relevant. This is so universal.--This has been my favorite book since I can remember!

    • Judy Wright

      The actual 1973 Giving Tree Movie, spoken by Shel Silverstein. I have never been so happy! - My favorite book to read to Stella, now I can show this to her!!!

    • Tammy Davenport

      The Original 1973 Giving Tree Movie Spoken By Shel Silverstein. One of my all time favorite books!

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