"It's a fun spin on a dull topic: old trees. 'I loved seeing the Coast Redwood next to the Statue of Liberty, ' says a 9-year-old tester." --Parents magazine
"A kid-friendly 'Who's Who' of the arboreal world. Adding to Celebritrees' appeal are Rebecca Gibbon's charming, colorful illustrations." --Audubon magazine's blog, "The Perch"
"This beautiful picture book will inspire young naturalists to realize their environment in a new way and treat earth's silent wooden structures with respect." --UrbanBaby.com
"A joyful and respectful homage to trees that have stood the test of time." --Publishers Weekly
"This picture book gallery of impressive trees, illustrated in friendly folk-art style, offers substantive information on what makes each specimen unique." --Horn Book Magazine
"Engaging." --Kirkus Reviews
"Each featured specimen receives a spread with several paragraphs of text plus Gibbon's charming colored pencil and watercolor illustrations." --School Library Journal
"Gibbon's acrylic-ink, colored-pencil, and watercolor artwork creates an inviting look throughout the book." --Booklist
Margi Preus is the author of The Peace Bell, which School Library Journal praised for its "[m]essage of peace between nations...eloquently conveyed." She writes plays and children's books in Duluth, Minnesota.
Rebecca Gibbon is the illustrator of several picture books, including Elizabeth Leads the Way, which was named an ALA Notable Book among other honors. She lives in England with her husband and two young children.