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The Mangrove Tree by Susan L. Roth
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Apr 27, 12

it was amazing
bookshelves: non-fiction, picture-books, my-favorites
Read on April 27, 2012

Gordon H. Sato is proof that 1 person can make a difference. His research and hard work in planting Mangrove trees in parts of the world where fresh water is next to non-existent is inspiring. The snow ball effect of how one thing effects another, that in turn effects another, usually demonstrates something negative and destructive, like the depletion of our worlds forests and natural resources. That snowball effect can work in a positive way as well, and Mr. Sato started one LARGE snowball. How can you start your own???
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