A donation from every copy sold will support the National Forest’s woodland creation programme.
Independent publisher Welbeck has distributed titles in over 30 languages to 60 different countries around the world. Creating beautiful books which are accessible to children of all ages and abilities, they focus on stories that bring to life important and interesting topics.
What Did the Tree See? by Charlotte Guillian, illustrated by Sam Usher, is a beautiful non-fiction picture book, that follows the story of an oak tree on a hilltop as it witnesses life changing around it over the course of hundreds of years. Printed on FSC paper using soy ink, What Did the Tree See? is the first in a series of high quality picture books published by Welbeck Children’s. A donation from every copy sold will support the National Forest and help secure the future of many more mighty oaks.
You can find out more about the book here: https://bit.ly/3lobuMS
Our partnership with the National Forest is part of a broader commitment to sustainability for Welbeck Publishing. It is exciting to be able to support such a great cause with this beautiful new book for children.