The Tree Legends Legend Eight Goodbye Excelsior by Elizabeth M. Harrison
  

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The Tree Legends Legend Eight Goodbye Excelsior by Elizabeth M. Harrison

Lizzy Mammy Olive Tree had not seen her cousin Excelsior Ash Tree, his wife Fraxi, son Ash nor daughter Inus for some time, so she decided to visit them. When she arrived she found that Excelsior known as Exsell had become VERY ill as he had the horrible Ash Tree Disease. Lizzy and Europus helped Exceslior have his wish to go to heaven in the way he wanted.

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Format

Paperback
46 pages

Author

Elizabeth M. Harrison
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Publisher

FeedARead.com

Publication date

26th February 2014

ISBN

9781784074845


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