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Author Wilson, Mark, 1949- author

Title The last tree / Mark Wilson
Published Sydney : Hachette Livre Australia, 2007
Sydney. : Lothian Books, 2007


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Description 32 unnumbered pages. : coloured illustrations ; 26 cm
Series PRC 3-5
Summary The last tree is the story of a beautiful eucalyptus tree that grew in one of the old-growth forests of south-eastern Australia. It was the centre of life in the forest and provided food and shelter for many forest dwellers for hundreds of years. But what happens when the old tree is threatened as the surrounding forest slowly disappears?
Analysis Picture books
Notes PRC K-2
Audience For ages 6+
Subject Adaptation (Biology) -- Study and teaching.
Children's stories -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction.
Clearing of land -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Ecology -- Study and teaching.
Endangered species -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Environmental degradation -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Eucalyptus -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Euthenics -- Study and teaching.
Forest conservation -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Forest ecology -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Forests and forestry -- Australia -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction.
Nature and nurture -- Study and teaching.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Old growth forest conservation -- Juvenile fiction.
Picture books for children -- Australia.
Old growth forests -- Australia -- Pictorial works.
Regeneration (Botany) -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.
Tree planting -- Australia.
Trees -- Juvenile fiction.
Trees -- Pictorial works.
Trees -- Australia -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction.
Trees -- Australia.
Wildlife conservation -- Australia -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction.
Forest conservation -- Fiction.
Trees -- Fiction.
Trees -- Australia -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Picture books.
Illustrated works.
ISBN 0734409869