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From School Library Journal Gr 4–8—Newbery Award—winning author Applegate meets high

expectations in this tale told by a tree named Red, a red oak who is 'two hundred and sixteen rings

old.' Touching on religious bigotry and the environment, Applegate keeps the emphasis on her

characters, the many animals and birds who find shelter in the tree's branches all year round. (All

the birds and animals have names and the power to talk, just like Red.) Around the first of May,

people write down their wishes on pieces of cloth and hang them from the tree's branches, giving

Red a special place in the community. The pacing starts out slowly, with early chapters focused

almost entirely on the natural world, but eventually readers meet the human at the novel's center.

Samar, a recent Muslim refugee, is lonely and in need of a friend. A nameless boy uses the tree to

convey hateful messages to Samar and her family. The owner of the tree is tired of roots in the

plumbing and hopes all the nastiness will disappear if the tree is cut down, having forgotten the

story of her ancestors and the beginning of all the wishes. Red decides to intervene and ask for

help from the animals and birds. Even those who shy away from books with talking animals will

find this believable fantasy elegant and poignant. Widening the appeal is a sparse word count,

making this a great choice for a family or classroom read-aloud and an inviting option for reluctant

readers. VERDICT Another stunning effort from Applegate. This thoughtful read is a top choice for

middle graders.—Carol A. Edwards, formerly at Denver Public Library Read more Katherine

Applegate is the author of The One and Only Ivan, winner of the Newbery Medal. Her novel

Crenshaw, spent over twenty weeks on the New York Times children's bestseller list, and her first

middle-grade stand-alone novel, Home of the Brave continues to be included on state reading

lists, summer reading lists, and class reading lists. Katherine Applegate lives in Tiburon, California,

with her family. Read more

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