The See-Saw Tree looks at an important environmental issue in an entertaining but thought-provoking way. The See-Saw Tree, an ancient oak, stands on ground which is ear-marked for development into a children's playground by Mr. Jay, owner of the nearby supermarket. A public meeting is called in the village hall to discuss his proposals, which include cutting down the three-hundred-year-old oak tree. The audience votes in favour, but Mr. Bunn, an environmental activist protests and shows us the devastating effect such plans ...

See-saw Tree 1990, Samuel French Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780573150173

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The See-Saw Tree 1987, Amber Lane Press

ISBN-13: 9780906399828

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