Akhr Shajara Fil Madina (Last Tree in the City) by Peter Carnavas


Akhr Shajara Fil Madina (Last Tree in the City) by Peter Carnavas

Edward is sad after he finds the last tree in the city is no longer standing. After some reflection, he finds a way to make things better. A poignant tale about the environment and the way children relate to its beauty.

About the Author

Peter Carnavas was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1980. He did Media Studies before becoming a primary school teacher. He has conducted cartoon workshops for children, painted school murals and developed an online travel buddywith students in the International Grammar School of Sydney, which was awarded an Education Queensland Showcase Award. His other books include Jessica's Box.

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32 pages


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Publication date

25th October 2012



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