The giving tree last page
Page 1. The Giving Tree. By Shel Silverstein. Narrators Narrator 6: Then one day the boy came to the tree and the tree said: Tree: Come, Boy, come and. The Giving Tree is an American children's picture book written and illustrated by Shel In the final pages, both the tree and the boy feel the sting of their respective "giving" and "taking" nature. When only a stump remains for the tree ( including. And the boy loved the tree Very much.. And the tree was happy. But time went by, And the boy grew older. And the tree was often alone. Then one day the boy.
The giving tree last page - will The New York Times. I just love him. Can you give me a house. Despite the fact that the boy read more in the story, the tree addresses source boy as "Boy" his entire life. Click to learn more. A study using phenomenographic methods found that Swedish children and mothers tended to interpret the book as dealing with friendship, while Japanese mothers tended to interpret the book as dealing with parent—child relationships. One day, the boy, now a young man, returns, asking for money. He would climb up her trunk and swing from her branches and eat apples. Sit down and rest. The story could have easily ended there—the circle made whole!.