What Do I See When I Look at a Tree? is a colorful children's book of poetry that personifies trees and teaches their importance in relation to our human existence. It was illustrated by a Deaf artist and published on Earth Day in 2012.
What Do I See When I Look at a Tree? is dedicated to our beautiful mother. She encouraged us to collaborate on this project. Mom planted many trees in her lifetime. They continue to grow.
Thank God for our mother (R.I.P.) and all the trees!
What Do I See When I Look at a Tree? is available in English, Spanish, French, and Italian in paperback and hardcover on recycled paper, e-Book, and audio format.
Sign Language videos, workbooks (for children up to 8 years of age), Earth Day calendars*, greeting cards, specialty merchandise
(T-shirts, onesies, puzzles), play dates, and theme parties are also available. Other art pieces (on canvas and framed) are available
upon request, but limited in quantity.
Accommodations for children with visual, hearing, physical, and developmental disabilities arranged upon request. We also donate our books to children with illness.
*The annual What Do I See When I Look at a Tree? Earth Day Calendar commemorates our publication's anniversary.
The Maxwell Sisters