The Tune in in the Tree by Maud Hart Lovelace

About Artwork

The Tune is in the Tree was published in 1950 and has been out of print for years. Minnesota Heritage Publishing reprinted a limited edition reprint of this charming story.

Books like this one can inspire children to love and respect nature. They learn about birds while enjoying this wonderfully imaginative story, including an enjoyment and empathy for the lives of our feathered friends. It’s a charming story that will stay with you a lifetime.

Illustrated by Eloise Wilkin, award-winning American illustrator, best known as an illustrator of the Little Golden Books.

Cost: $15

Signed: Yes


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About the Artist

Julie Schrader

Julie Schrader grew up on a farm in Southern Minnesota and lives in North Mankato. Her interest in history, genealogy, research, and writing led to her first book, The History of the Red Jacket Valley, published in 2001, the same year she established Minnesota Heritage Publishing. Local historical research led to a fascination with author Maud Hart Lovelace and her works resulting in two books, Maud Hart Lovelace’s Deep Valley and Discover Deep Valley. She edited two volumes of Collected Stories of Maud Hart Lovelace and Delos Lovelace and has republished three out of print books by Lovelace: The Black Angels, One Stayed at Welcome and The Tune is in the Tree. Betsy, Tacy & Friends Paper Doll Book: The Hill Street Collection, illustrated by Eileen Rudisill Miller will be released this fall. She co-authored the Boy in Blue with Bryce Stenzel on the history and re-creation of Mankato's Civil War memorial.