How many trees make a forest? Each animal thinks they know the answer but they just can't agree…
Could a tiny, quiet voice have the answer?
"How Many Trees?" by Barroux is a whimsical and thoughtful tale that celebrates the influence of small voices. Crafted by the creative mind behind beloved works like "Where's the Elephant?" and "Welcome," this story is presented in Barroux's distinctive style, blending simplicity with humour.
In this endearing narrative, a delightful array of woodland creatures takes centre stage, captivating children with their charm. As the story unfolds, the creatures ponder a delightful question: How many trees make a forest? Through Barroux's artistry, the characters come to life, creating an engaging experience for young readers.
Beyond its entertainment value, this story serves as an excellent catalyst for encouraging children to ask questions about nature and the environment. With its simplicity and charm, the tale becomes a wonderful tool for initiating discussions on a wide range of topics.
"Barroux tells his story with a light touch and a sprinkling of humour, which takes nothing away from the message" – The Bookbag, praise for Welcome
About the Author:
Born in Paris and shaped by a childhood spent in North Africa, Barroux is an author-illustrator who later honed his craft at an art school in France. His portfolio includes several critically acclaimed children's picture books such as "Where's the Elephant?," "Where's the Starfish?," and "Welcome." His works have earned widespread acclaim for their charm and thoughtful storytelling.