Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award


on June 14, 2018
Red is an oak tree that offers wishes and refuge to the people and animals of a neighborhood.
Red shows great wisdom and heart as he welcomes a new family which is experiencing a difficult transition.

12 Responses to “Wishtree”

  1. Lillie says:

    my school librarian read this to us in class and i LOVED it so sad though.

  2. Hermione says:

    This book was amazing!!!!!! I loved that it was in the trees perspective! 10/10

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think wish tree is a very good. I like it because its different, how its in the perspective of the tree. I think this book is good for all ages.

  4. Torrance Behrendt says:

    I loved the book. My favorite part was the end when they found something special about red.

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  6. laney says:

    I love this book everyone should read it! I recommend this book to…EVERYONE. so if you want this book get it!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Wish Tree is a fantastical tale of how a simple Red Oak and her inhabitants work together to make a special wish come true and improve their quiet little neighborhood.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Wishtree is an incredible fiction book about a tree and his perspective on life, along with his other furry friends. I recommend for 5th and 6th graders.

  9. Lucy says:

    Wishtree was a great book. it really got me thinking about nature and animal life. if you love fiction, read Wishtree by Annie Brabozan.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Wishtree is an incredible fiction boom about the importance of every living things life.

  11. Brianna says:

    I think that it is a really good book and that anyone who gets the chance should read it.
    Please write back soon,
    Hope all is well,

  12. Brianna says:


    WishTree is a good book.
    It has a nice message to the readers who ever is reading it. It is a good book for all ages and I recomend that EVERYBODY read it.
    Please write back to me soon.
    Hope all is well.

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