Book Reviews of The Singing Tree

The Singing Tree
The Singing Tree
Author: Kate Seredy
ISBN-13: 9780590445498
ISBN-10: 0590445499
Pages: 247
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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A very nice story about Hungary during WWI. Suitable for children, and the two adult readers of this household enjoyed it. This is something I can see made into a gentle, heartwarming movie.

I did not read the first book, and did not miss having read it; this book stands alone.
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Janci realizes changes are coming quickly- perhaps too quickly. He has heard rumors of war. He must grow up all the sooner now that Hungary and Germany have begun battle. Newberry Honor Award.
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A very nice story about Hungary during WWI. Suitable for children, and the two adult readers of this household enjoyed it. This is something I can see made into a gentle, heartwarming movie.

I did not read the first book, and did not miss having read it; this book stands alone.
reviewed The Singing Tree on + 386 more book reviews
A very nice story about Hungary during WWI. Suitable for children, and the two adult readers of this household enjoyed it. This is something I can see made into a gentle, heartwarming movie.

I did not read the first book, and did not miss having read it; this book stands alone.
reviewed The Singing Tree on + 386 more book reviews
A very nice story about Hungary during WWI. Suitable for children, and the two adult readers of this household enjoyed it. This is something I can see made into a gentle, heartwarming movie.

I did not read the first book, and did not miss having read it; this book stands alone.
reviewed The Singing Tree on + 386 more book reviews
A very nice story about Hungary during WWI. Suitable for children, and the two adult readers of this household enjoyed it. This is something I can see made into a gentle, heartwarming movie.

I did not read the first book, and did not miss having read it; this book stands alone.