Synopses & Reviews
Boy and Bird can go up to the tree
house, but Dog cannot. Boy has an
idea so the three friends can enjoy
the tree house together.
David McPhail's poignant characters express intelligence, joy, and the affectionate bond of friendship in a world that is wondrous, safe, and happy.
Boy and Bird can go up to the tree house, but Dog cannot. Boy has an idea. Using a rope and a pot, the boy is able to pull the dog up the tree to a vantage point where the three friends can observe all good things in the world--including Mom bearing a plate of cookies.
Out come the rope and pot again, and up go the cookies, to be shared by three very happy friends.