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Inside the Tree eBook ↠ Inside the ePUB Ò

  • Kindle Edition
  • 57 pages
  • Inside the Tree
  • C.J. Milbrandt
  • English
  • 06 October 2015

5 thoughts on “Inside the Tree

  1. Lexie Lexie says:

    Happy secretsHere we are once with Ewan and his two charges Juniata and Tamaua as they race to the West CoastChoosing to stay a while in town to rebuild his money for traveling a few secrets are shared as well as possibly a new perspective for Ewan to consider about his brothersBased around Connecticut this time I caught some of the non state connected easter eggs but had no idea about others

  2. Aaron Aaron says:

    Aimed at elementary age kids this series highlights three brothers as they travel across a landscape closing resembling colonial America With just a little magical influence the reader is whisked along as the brothers race across the landWhat you don't realize is all of the learning packed into the short story Each book highlights a different state and its history A summary at the end lays out numerous interesting facts and events In this book the state of Connecticut is featuredWith short chapters and a simple storyline this book is ideally suited for young readers with a few challenging words to stretch their abilities They won't even realize how much educational material is packed in Expect them to come to you with an interesting factoid or two after reading this book I received a free copy of this book from Goodreads giveaways

  3. Arnela Arnela says:

    I won this as a part of a Goodreads GiveawayRight off the bat I just want to put it out there that at the time of this review I have no previous books that are part of this series but man am I planning on getting themFirst the art The art is amazing the colors are crisp it carries the feel of fantasy and adventure It's just lovely I mean how do you not fall in love with it That's what drew me in to look at the books at first and I do not regret it Kudos to Hannah Christenson for doing an amazing job The little postcards and bookmark were adorable I love themNow the next thing that made me really giddy about this book is when I first held it in the packaging I thought it was a hardcover When I took it out I saw that it was a paperback but it is a nicely made very solid paperback That's good craftsmanship and I am a sucker for a well crafted book The cover is still flexible but it just feels like it's gunna hold up better than most paperback books I've held before And that's saying a lot considering this is a very thin book only 39 pages of story with some extra content afterwardsThe story is adorable I loved ever letter of it Even if you start off out of order you can still get the overall feel of each character in the books While the story was short and I greatly wish it to be longer it's perfect for young readers to practice with and share with their friends I'm actually itching for the rest of this adventureThe only issue I caught was on page 32 a line of dialogue reads Aren't you are the son of the Postmaster? the removal of the are from future editions is the only change necessary

  4. Elza Kinde Elza Kinde says:

    The Byways books are teaching kids about the United States of America in a new and exciting way State facts cities famous places and are hidden within this fantasy story about three half brothers who have decided to have a race across the land of Liberty The story itself seems like a straight up adventure but at the end there is a list of facts that have been hidden within the story Inside the Tree is the fifth book in the series and follows the eldest brother Ewan who is now traveling with the two little girls he found hiding on the train But Tamaua and Juniata seem to have lots of secrets and are about to get themselves caught up in another one in the town of Charter What I loved most about Inside the Tree was the affection between Ewan and his girls It was completely heartwarming all the way through That’s not to say there isn’t any excitement though Hidden messages magical creatures and a hungry pack of wolves will be sure to keep kids and their parents eually entertained I was also pleased that the vocabulary isn’t “dumbed down” for children The story reads very naturally unlike a lot of kid’s books which seem stilted because of the simplified word structures The best part though is that the hidden facts are like Easter eggs I had to go back through and re read the story again to find them It’s such a uniue way to keep kids entertained while also being educational

  5. Vanessa Morton Vanessa Morton says:

    Charming series for children and their parents to read along tooCharming series for children and parents reading along too Book 5 subtly teaches about Connecticut the 5th state of the union Family friendly fantasy beautiful writing and art throughout

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Inside the Tree❰Reading❯ ➶ Inside the Tree Author C.J. Milbrandt – Ewan Zane and Ganix three half brothers take sibling rivalry to new lengths as they race each other across their homelandMagic isn't the only legacy Mr Ian Johns wants for his bickering sons The Postm Ewan Zane and Ganix three half brothers take sibling rivalry to new lengths as they race each other across their homelandMagic isn't the only legacy Mr Ian Johns wants for his bickering sons The Postmaster hoped the boys would bond during a family trip but they twist his vacation plans into a race.

About the Author: C.J. Milbrandt

C J Milbrandt has always believed in miracles especially small ones A lifelong bookworm with a love for fairy tales far off lands and fantasy worlds CJ began spinning adventures of her own on the advice of a dear friend Her family friendly stories mingle humor and whimsy with a dash of danger and a touch of magicThe Galleries of Stone trilogy A magic master sculptor of Pred descent and t.