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Tein s books I find them ite enjoyable and zany and creative THE GIVING TREE was no different Or so I thought You see I never really paid much attention to the story Well that s not entirely true I have always liked the message about giving #when others are constantly taking And Christmas time is a perfect time to share this message But my #others are constantly taking And Christmas time is a perfect time to share this message But my Noah interpreted the book differently As I read the book I focused on how the little boy grows into a man and loses his innocence of giving taking on a selfish attitude My son saw the boy growing older When the tree gave everything but its stump to the boy as a man I saw this as a generous message of charity Noah saw it as the man killing the tree But that s not allAn excerpt of the nightMe The End That was a good storyNoah I didn t like itMe Why The tree was very generous and the man realized that he had only taken and never given backNoah Staring blankly at me as if I had just finished reading him my bank statementMe What didn t you like about the storyNoah The boy grows old and kills the tree and is now going to dieMe Inwardly
SSSSSHHHHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTTTT The death subjectMe No honey. At her apples swing from her branches or The death subjectMe No honey. At her apples swing from her branches or down her trunkand the tree was happy But as the boy grew older he began to want from the tree and the tree gave and gave and as the boy grew older he began to want from the tree and the tree gave and gave and is a tender story touched with sadnes. The tree gave its branches and trunk to the man Noah The boy killed the
And now the boy is old and is going to dieMe No buddy The just changed And the little boy lived a long life Noah And now he is going to dieMe FFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKK Inwardly of course So having no other way to combat my son s determination to prove that the tree was murdered and that the little boy was now an old man and was going to die soon I did what every father should do in this matterMe Ask Mommy what she thinks buddy Yes the boy is a selfish bastard who doesn t deserve the love and generosity he gets time and again Anyone who read this book as a child is well aware of this factNonetheless I m shocked to see how many disliked it My only thought is #That Many Readers Allow Their Hatred For The Boy To #many readers allow their hatred for the boy to confused with hatred for the book Does the book condone the boy s behavior or simply seek to tell a narrative Does the The Little Bit Naughty Book of Wild Sex Positions uality of a book suffer when the moralal Co dependent tree needs to set some fucking boundaries I recently read this book to my little boy It s not the first time I ve read it It s probably not even the tenth. S aglow with consolation Shel Silverstein has created a moving parable for readers of all
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Summary The Giving TreeThe Giving Tree will rip your heart out in 621 wordsWe all know and love Shel Silverstein for his whimsical poems but The Giving Tree is both one of the saddest and most hopeful stories ever told Pure and Leaders Eat Last utter genius this one is So it is Christmas time and my wife likes to have all ofs my wife and I and our three years old twins do a different event each night during Advent as a family I like this practice it is little things like this that keep our family strong Tonight s event was reading Christmas themed booksWe decided to read THE GIVING TREE as well as three other Christmas books Had I foreseen what was about to transpire I would have omitted THE GIVING TREE from my selectionAllow me to replay said eventThe setting Mommy and Daddy s bedAfter a torturous time of getting my kids to brush their teeth put on their pajamas and convinced that they should only bring two stuffed animals apiece to bed I began to read the books The first book went well The kids laughed My wife and #I smiled The second book was just as good as the first book More laughter # smiled The second book was just as good as the first book More laughter smiles Then it was time for THE GIVING TREE Now I ve read all of Shel Silvers. Once there was a treeand she
loved a little boySo begins a story of nforgettable perception beautifully written and illustrated by the gifted and versatilea little boySo begins a story of nforgettable perception beautifully written and illustrated by the gifted and versatile SilversteinEvery day the boy would come to the tree to