Mrs. Bajema's Reviews > Regarding the Trees: A Splintered Saga Rooted in Secrets

Regarding the Trees by Kate Klise
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Sep 14, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: humor, kid-power, real-life, wit, written-in-letters, school
Recommended to Mrs. Bajema by: Mr. Sforza
Recommended for: Everyone should take a look!
Read in September, 2008

There are so many ways I could try to describe Regarding the Trees, but after calling it "humor, kid-power, MCBA-book--2009, real-life, school, wit, and written-in-letters", I still somehow haven't captured the nature of this book! It's a hilarious, rollicking story told in letters, newspaper clippings, school projects, video transcripts, notes passed in class, and much more. Sure, the 6th graders in Mr. N's class are on a mission to save the trees at Geyser Creek Middle School. But don't forget all of the intentional misunderstandings, uncovering of a secret society, a boy-vs.-girl feud that extends all the way to the librarian (female) and the mayor (male), and an exploration of every possible word-play or meaning connected to trees! This really is a fabulous way to tell a story.

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