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Vivid pictures and simple text on the importance of forests make this local book stand out. Pete Seeger and Julia Butterfly Hill provide forewords. (Miller Library Staff)
An 800-year-old Douglas fir ponders the many things it has seen in the natural world as it hears the bulldozers coming, and then some people arrive to save it from destruction.
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