Copper Tree Books

Books That Can Help Children To Help Themselves
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a tree with leaves hanging from it's branches in front of a blue sky
Memory Tree - St Peter's Hospice "they jingled like wind charms and they looked bright and beautiful in the sunbeams"
a large tree with lots of leaves on it in the corner of a room next to a door
"The leaves are for your memories"
a tree is standing in front of a brick wall with many circles on the branches
A real life copper tree.
a wooden spoon with a purple bow on it
Remembering loved ones
two women sitting at a table and reading books to each other, one is smiling
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Hilary and Mandy at work | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
a child riding on a sled pulled by two dogs
Look inside | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
The Christmas Surprise | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
an illustration of a woman in a pink coat standing next to a window with her hands on her face
Look inside | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
The Christmas Surprise | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
a group of children are gathered around an envelope
A book to help children deal with death | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
A book to help children deal with death | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
a woman in a wheel chair surrounded by small children and an adult holding a baby
A book to help children deal with death | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
A book to help children deal with death | The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
a drawing of a hamster on top of a piece of luggage with a leash
The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
Henry the Hamster - We got Henry when Charlie, another boy in our class, went to live in Australia. Charlie didn't think he would like to go on an aeroplane. Henry goes to stay at Hana's house in the holidays and at weekends. We've noticed he listens well when it's storytime. - Olivia
Jake's tall sunflower Sunflower
The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
Jake's tall sunflower
a drawing of a man in a suit and tie with the caption, i am not sure what this image is
The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
Mr Banks is our Head teacher but he is teaching our class as well at the moment. He is very busy and very kind. - Olivia
Rupal’s mum and dad look after old people in a home. She says its like having lots of grannies and grandads. Rupal has three pets. Bobby and Bess, retired husky dogs who used to pull sledges in Lapland, and Bonnie a retired guide dog. Rupal sometimes bakes cakes and always brings iced buns into school when one of us has a birthday. When it was Barnie’s birthday she brought an extra bun for his big brother Max. - Olivia Buns, Iced Buns, Guide Dog, Husky Dogs, Old People, Big Brother
The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
Rupal’s mum and dad look after old people in a home. She says its like having lots of grannies and grandads. Rupal has three pets. Bobby and Bess, retired husky dogs who used to pull sledges in Lapland, and Bonnie a retired guide dog. Rupal sometimes bakes cakes and always brings iced buns into school when one of us has a birthday. When it was Barnie’s birthday she brought an extra bun for his big brother Max. - Olivia
This is Hana. Hana's grandparents come from a country near Poland but I can’t remember its name. Hana comes to ballet with me and says she would either like to be a Princess when she grows up or to work in a petrol station. Our teacher said she could do both. It would be fun to see a Princess working in a petrol station. - Olivia Ballet, Petrol Station, A Princess, Poland, Growing Up
The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
This is Hana. Hana's grandparents come from a country near Poland but I can’t remember its name. Hana comes to ballet with me and says she would either like to be a Princess when she grows up or to work in a petrol station. Our teacher said she could do both. It would be fun to see a Princess working in a petrol station. - Olivia
a drawing of a young boy with short hair and green shirt, sitting in front of a blue background
The Copper Tree | Hilary Robinson & Mandy Stanley
Jake likes to grow tomatoes and marrows. We all grew sunflowers once and Jake’s grew so high he needed a big watering can and Alfie Tate thought a giant might be at the top of it. Jake sometimes bring carrots into school to share with us. He says people sometimes think carrots grow in supermarkets but they don’t. At the school fair Jake had a little stall selling his vegetables and everyone wanted some so they soon sold out. - Olivia