Kids Can Press Book Review: In the Tree House by Andrew Larsen Kids Can Press Book Review: In the Tree House by Andrew Larsen

Kids Can Press Book Review: In the Tree House by Andrew Larsen

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In the Tree House

In the Tree House by Andrew Larsen

When two brothers decide to build a tree house, the first summer in it was the best ever. But when one of the brothers becomes “too old” to hang out with his baby brother something happens that summer to bring them back together. In the Tree House is a heartwarming story about brotherly love.

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Kids Can Press to Andrew Larsen: What is the story-behind-your-story of In the Tree House?

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Andrew Larsen: I always wanted to have a tree house and I always wanted to be included in the adventures of my older brothers. I continue to love the way blackouts have the power to bring families and neighbors together. These three elements are woven together in the story of In the Tree House.

In the Tree House

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2 Comment

  1. Sherry Compton
    June 12, 2013 at 11:52 am

    How sweet and enduring! This is an important issue that kids have to deal with. What and why does their relative or friend “outgrow” them. It’s tough on the children and the parents. I’m glad that a story talks about this topic and hope it conveys that they will always be brothers but need some differences and away time, too.

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