A young boy named Jay visits his aunt and uncle, and he finds a fun treehouse. It is a big tree. He finds an opossum and lots of different animals. I really like how he takes care of the opossum by giving it food. It is fun how his cousin also surprises him.
Ayden – 9 – 3rd Grade
My son is a reluctant reader, and we have a hard time finding books that catch his interest. He devoured this book in two days! He is an animal lover, and the opposums in the story inspired him to research them more.
We loved the adventure in this book! The opossums were very entertaining to my 9 year old! We enjoyed the birds and how the wildlife was described in the book. My kids love nature and long for a treehouse now thanks to this book!
Great story that brought back information from our Mammals unit study. My kids enjoyed it and had fun trying to guess who’s treehouse it really was.
This book is about a boy who found a tree house and one day he slept in the tree house and found an opossum and became friends. I loved this book.
-Keziah, age 8
When young Jay visits his uncle and aunt on the farm, he discovers a remarkable surprise in a chestnut tree. Jay spends many nights there in the woods learning about nature’s inhabitants. From a busy swallow family to a mother squirrel, he marvels at the new life around him. Just as he begins to make plans for his hideaway, a crafty new animal invades Jay’s solitude, determined to stay and make it her home.
You are leaving The Good and the Beautiful to visit Toolboxes for Teaching, which is not owned or run by The Good and the Beautiful. The Good and the Beautiful does not handle any fulfillment or customer support for Toolboxes for Teaching.