Tree Beings Reviews

I hope that many children all over the world will read Tree Beings.

– Dr Jane Goodall, PhD, DBE

WINNER 2021 Environment Award for Children’s Literature

Finalist INDIE 2020 Book Awards (Children’s Nonfiction)

It’s unlikely there’s a better book on trees for young readers than Tree Beings. –Buzz Words

Excellent…The Australian (Nov 6)

One of the most beautiful and sumptuous children’s books of 2020. – Earth-Garden

Tree Beings is an amazing book, much needed for our time and for the children who will read this. – Educate Empower

This is the most beautiful and inspirational book. – Juno magazine (Dec)

It’s hard not to feel inspired to act by this book, no matter your age….beautifully designed and illustrated. – Sapling

An absolutely extraordinary treasure brimming with life, emotion, and with a light that inspires advocacy and protection for the future of our natural world. – Top 20 (2020) Just write

A special book that many families will want to keep in their library and pass down the generations to follow.– School Days

Readers will spend hours poring over the detailed illustrations and uncovering the grace, strength, science and spiritual importance of trees…Highly recommended – indeed, I would say essential…– Just So Stories

The choice of case-studies is exceptional. It’s a fascinating read and one we recommend to protect these ‘silent statues’. – Newy With Kids

Good for the soul…An absolutely must-have book.– Sydney Telegraph

This fascinating book is much more than a primer on how planting trees and preventing deforestation might save us … Introduced by renowned primatologist Dr Jane Goodall, it features stories of significant tree conservationists, scientists and protestors who’ve protected our forests and informed our understanding of trees. –South Sydney Herald

Every single thing about this exquisite publication is tactile bliss….a stunning sense of presence and drama. – Dimity Powell

This is a life-changing look at the power of trees.– Kid’s Book Reviews

The beauty and intrigue of this heavily illustrated book will appear to nature lovers of all ages- Nexus magazine

A delightful and enriching exploration of tree heroes and saviours that will appeal to kids and adults alike. It is exquisitely illustrated. – Organic Gardener magazine

An adventure through the secret world of trees… will not only inspire your kids to fall in love with trees and act to protect them, but you will too.- Wellspring magazine