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PDF ☆ BOOK Wangari's Trees of Peace A True Story from Africa FREE ¿ [BOOKS] ✪ Wangari's Trees of Peace A True Story from Africa Author Jeanette Winter – Gwairsoft.co.uk As a young girl growing up in Kenya Wangari was surrounded by trees But years later when she returns home she is shocked to see wholeAs a young girl growing up in Kenya Wangari was surrounded by trees But years later when she returns home she is shocked to see whole forests being cut down and she knows that soon all the trees will be destroyed So Wanga I read this following Planting the Trees of Kenya The Story of Wangari Maathai and while perhaps Wangari's Trees might be appealing to a younger picture book audience than Planting the Trees I much prefer the latter In this Wangari's Trees we do still have the same inspiring story and the author's note at the back is excellent But I was not as captivated by the storytelling and the use of present tense kind of annoyed me for some reason and the illustrations were not my cup of tea Still this is probably all personal taste as this seems like a fine introduction to the inspiring Wangari and her remarkable Green Belt Movement to return the trees to Kenya and a sense of empowerment to the women

EPUB Ü Wangari's Trees of Peace A True Story from Africa ☆ Jeanette Winter

Ze is a shining example of how one woman’s passion vision and determination inspired great change          Includes an author’s note This book was printed on 100% recycled paper with 50% postconsumer waste   I know so little of the important and beautiful people who have helped our world and continue to help our world In this case I had to learn about Wangari Maathai from a children's picture book but it was uite a lovely one Highly recommend

Jeanette Winter ☆ Wangari's Trees of Peace A True Story from Africa TEXT

Wangari's Trees of Peace A True Story from AfricaRi decides to do something and starts by planting nine seedlings in her own backyard And as they grow so do her plans          This true story of Wangari Maathai environmentalist and winner of the Nobel Peace Pri I mean it's fine I guess but so basic it really doesn't inspire much deeper discovery or further interest The text reads like the language of Wise Spiritual Native Man and Magical Negro combined I will give points for the cover which is an enlarged version of a picture inside the tiny seedlings medium sized mountains and giant woman are pretty powerful