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Fish Hotel 

Written by Lynn Markham
Center for Land Use Education

Illustrated by Justin Sipiorski
Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Tessa and her cousin Hugo grab their snorkeling gear for an underwater adventure and end up learning that trees in the water are helpful to fish. A friendly neighbor teaches them how downed trees are like a fish hotel, providing shelter, food and a place to lay their eggs. 

When the kids find out Uncle Henry is going to remove a downed tree from the water, they make the case to keep it in the lake as a fish hotel. This story of cooperation and friendly neighbors captures the spirit of “up north” and teaches us how leaving trees in the water helps fish and lakes.

 
Single Copy: $8 including shipping and handling 
 
Bonus: Each copy will include a poster that gives a quick review of why we should leave trees in the water after they fall (while supplies last). 
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