Item description for Paul Ponderosa by Sandy Hogan...
Overview 'Paul Ponderosa' is a charming story about a pine tree and his friends in the forest
Publishers Description 'Paul Ponderosa' is a charming story about a pine tree and his friends in the forest. Follow their adventure as they help each other stay warm during the winter and avoid lumberjacks in the spring.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 5.08" Height: 0.14" Weight: 0.09 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2005
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1933290919 ISBN13 9781933290911
Reviews - What do customers think about Paul Ponderosa?
Entertaining and educational, my kids loved it! Mar 5, 2006
My children just loved the book. I have had it read to them numerous times and now my 3rd grader tries to read it to the youngest one. He is getting pretty good at it. Any book that can keep their interest is highly recommended.
A Childhood Treasure Jan 27, 2006
I got several copies of this delightful story at Christmas for my Grandchildren. As soon as they each opened theirs, they begged me to read it to them. All five sat around the Christmas tree while I read. They were enchanted and had a good time talking about the environment and about friendship. They enjoyed sharing their thoughts with each other.
The Holidays are over and my Granchildren have returned to their own homes. They still talk about Paul as their number one bedtime story. Ms.Hogan has created a Childhood treasure. Someday they will be reading it to their own children.
Paul Ponderosa Dec 15, 2005
What a great book! I really enjoyed reading it and it is sure to be a favorite of my grandchildren. This book invokes many feelings and is as informative as it is entertaining. Teaching the importance of values, family and friends and touching on some important environmental issues. I hope Ms. Hogan continues to write books of this calibur. "Two thumbs up" Ms. Hogan.
Lynda Foy Knapp
GRAMMA READ IT AGAIN Dec 15, 2005
PAUL PONDEROSA IS NOW MY GRANDSON HUNTER'S FAVORITE BOOK. I READ IT TO HIM THREE NIGHTS IN A ROW AND AS MANY TIMES DURING THE DAY AS HE THOUGHT ABOUT IT DURING HIS RECENT VISIT. NOW HE CALLS ME EVERY NIGHT TO READ IT TO HIM OVER THE PHONE. IF I TRY TO SKIP A PAGE OR TWO HE CALLS ME ON IT (SMART KID). I HAVE JUST ORDERED A COPY FOR HIS PARENTS AND THE PARENTS OF MY OTHER 12 GRANDCHILDREN.
I APPRECIATE THE LESSONS PAUL ESPOUSES REGARDING THE VALUE OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND FRIENDSHIP.
Talking trees show concern for conservation Dec 15, 2005
This is a sweet story of Paul Ponderosa and his mother, living in a forest that is being encroached upon by men with chainsaws. Paul and his forest friends work together to keep their woods safe. Many messages in this book bring out concerns about friendships, sharing and taking responsibility - good lessons for all young people, told in a suspenseful way.