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    Reviews

    • Another exquisite, clothbound tale from Coralie Bickford-Smith... [her] illustrations are so vivid and patterned, reminiscent of traditional African wax prints, that each page feels alive. The night-time stars and fireflies sparkle, though there's no glitter or foil used, while elsewhere the text swoops bird-like across the page

      Observer
    • Depicts nature at its most majestic and tells a lovely fable about belonging

      Financial Times
    • Never have the woods looked more beautiful than in this exquisite new fable about growing up, exploring the world and understanding where you belong

      Angels and Urchins Magazine
    • Heart-warming . . . a celebration about the world around us and the importance of the natural world at a time when we need it the most

      Creative Review
    • Wonderful, poetically told . . . beautifully designed on the page to match the spirit of the words, tells of the importance of shelter and its power to encourage confidence and tolerance as well as empowering development and independence. The interdependence of the bird and the tree in this story is a beautiful telling of a universal theme

      Julia Eccleshare, LoveReading
    • Another exquisite, clothbound tale from Coralie Bickford-Smith... [her] illustrations are so vivid and patterned, reminiscent of traditional African wax prints, that each page feels alive. The night-time stars and fireflies sparkle, though there's no glitter or foil used, while elsewhere the text swoops bird-like across the page.

      Observer
    • Never have the woods looked more beautiful than in this exquisite new fable about growing up, exploring the world and understanding where you belong.

      Angels and Urchins Magazine
    • Coralie Bickford-Smith depicts nature at its most majestic and tells a lovely fable about belonging

      Financial Times
    • A heart-warming and exquisitely-illustrated story, for Bickford-Smith The Song of the Tree is a celebration about the world around us and the importance of the natural world at a time when we need it the most.

      Creative Review

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